Gamma Medica-Ideas’ new FLEX Triumph tri-modality pre-clinical imaging system can be configured with up to four of the company’s CZT-based solid-state gamma cameras, offering improved performance of all pre-clinical SPECT systems on the market today. The FLEX Triumph boasts improved sensitivity, spatial resolution and energy resolution.
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