Technology | October 27, 2008

Beekley's New Line of Skin Markers

Beekley skin markers and biopsy devices are engineered to streamline radiographic procedures in radiation therapy, general imaging, mammography, CT and MRI.

These radiology skin markers and breast biopsy systems are designed to clearly identify the location of areas of interest on film, to make the reading of images easier, faster, more accurate and more cost effective.

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