Imaging Sciences expands to Asia

January 2005
Proofs;Jan2005, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p92
Trade Publication
Reports on the distribution agreements of Imaging Sciences International, a developer and manufacturer of advanced dental and maxillofacial radiography products, as of January 2005. Asian countries where Imaging Sciences' i-CATTM advanced 3D imaging system will be marketed; Facilities in Korea that need the imaging system; Distributors of the imaging system.


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