News | October 09, 2007

Agfa Launches Versatile Imager

Agfa HealthCare will launch its latest flexible, table-top imager, delivering mammography quality images. The DRYSTAR AXYS is a dual film size, direct digital imager with excellent image quality, offering a multiapplication hardcopy solution, mammo-quality images with 508 dpi image resolution, reportedly very short access time and convenient imaging with two film sizes on-line. The system is said to offer a great range of possibilities and can be used in centralized workflows and with dedicated applications.

For more information: www.agfa.com

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