Exact Imaging announced that it has received CE Mark Approval for its abdominal imaging release, which includes its EV5C Abdominal Transducer and Color Flow and Power Doppler capabilities.
The EV5C Abdominal Transducer and Color Flow and Power Doppler capabilities give urologists the ability to perform urological ultrasounds, including kidney exams, biopsies, male pelvic and bladder exams. The company’s ExactVu system has the ability to operate as a high-resolution transducer to offer a total men’s health imaging solution, according to the company.
“We are thrilled to have received our CE mark approval for our Abdominal Imaging Release. The demand is significant for a urological imaging platform that merges the 70-micron resolution of the ExactVu micro-ultrasound system for real-time targeted prostate biopsies with the ability to provide a complete urological ultrasound assessment of a patient,” said Randy AuCoin, Exact Imaging’s president and CEO, in a press release. “The goal is to provide urologists with the most flexible, innovative imaging solution to help urologists better diagnose urological disease. We believe this release helps to further establish the ExactVu platform as a most useful, cost-effective men’s health imaging solution.”