Syncor to market CT Laser Mammography in Pacific Rim:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Syncor International will distribute in the Pacific Rim the CT Laser Mammography manufactured by Imaging Diagnostic Systems. The deal will extend three years beyond the date on which the product is cleared for marketing by the FDA. Syncor, based in Woodland Hills, California, expects to sell $10 million worth of CT Laser Mammography devices a year, said chairman Monty Fu,. The system detects breast abnormalities without the need of breast compression or use of radiation and produces 3D cross sectional images of the breast.
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