The prototype will be used in clinical studies to support the company's application for U.S. market authorization, it said. The device is self-shielding, which allows it to contain radiation emitted during the exam inside itself so that only the patient's breast is exposed to radiation.
Izotropic has unveiled a commercial prototype of its IzoView device.
Izotropic has begun filing patents on particular features of IzoView, which it will co-own with the University of California, from which it has received exclusive, global licensing rights for the IzoView technology, the company said.
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