March 7, 2007 ï¿½ Siemens Medical Solutions recently celebrated the five-thousandth instillation of its Somatom Emotion CT system, a compact scanner which reportedly has a wide range of flexibility, allowing clinicians to perform routine examinations such as chest, abdomen and head, with the option for more advanced applications.
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