GE upgrades Logiq system:
This article was originally published in Clinica
GE Medical Systems has improved the resolution of its Logiq ultrasound system by adding new transducers and more sophisticated image processing. The company says that, by increasing the number of acquisition channels to 1,024, images can be focused in three dimensions. General manager of ultrasound, Omar Ishrak, said the increased resolution gave clinically relevant improvements in near- and far-field imaging. GE has introduced two new transducer probes, one for abdominal investigations and another for small body parts, breast and musculoskeletal applications.
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