The Vacora Vacuum Assisted Breast Biopsy System is a 100 percent self-contained vacuum assisted biopsy system. Everything has been integrated into the handpiece, including the world’s smallest biopsy vacuum, all tubing, fluid canister, battery power source and the biopsy needle. The entire system weighs one pound. The result is a self-contained biopsy system that provides handling and maneuverability during ultrasound, MRI and stereotactic biopsy procedures.
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Recently, I was invited to participate in a...
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