By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

December 2, 2010 -- At the RSNA meeting in Chicago this week, imaging accessories developer Beekley of Bristol, CT, launched Localizers, a new skin marker for use with CT scanners designed to eliminate repeat exams due to marker artifact.

Localizers are made of a lower density material than other skin markers, so they can be visualized on a CT image without producing scatter or artifact while marking an area of interest for the interpreting radiologist, according to the company. The self-adhesive, single-use markers are available in either 2.3 mm for neck exams or 4-mm pellets for larger anatomic images.

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