FDA clears PhorMax' desktop CR (computed radiography) system
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA has cleared for sale PhorMax' desktop computed radiography (CR) system for filmless imaging. The compact and low-cost system consists of a CR cassette, a CR scanner and reusable phosphor-based imaging plate and a quality control workstation.
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