Lunar adds densitometry to ORCA Mini C-arm:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Lunar Corporation claims to be the first company to add a bone density measuring facility to its orthopaedic mini C-Arm fluoroscope. The ORCA-DX option for the Madison, Wisconsin-based Lunar's ORCA C-Arm uses dual-energy x-ray absorptometry to measure density in both the heel and forearm.
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