Philips receives U.S. FDA 510(k) clearance to market its solution for 'small parts' ultrasound imaging

Friday, October 13, 2017 General News
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Industry first, one transducer solution and tailored clinical tools for 'small parts' ultrasound imaging, combined with power of Philips EPIQ and Affiniti, assesses diseases and disorders in one of the fastest growing segments of ultrasound exams

Testicular ultrasound is one application of small parts imaging, a rapidly growing segment of ultrasound assessment, which allows clinicians to carefully examine organs close to the skin.  This image demonstrates Philips’ new MicroFlow Imaging that reveals remarkable sensitivity to small vessel blood flow.

Royal Philips (www.philips.com) (PRNewsFoto/Royal Philips) (PRNewsfoto/Royal Philips)



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