Low Pain, High Gain

Kaelble, Steve
March 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Mar2005, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the construction of a biopsy system, automated tissue excision and collection (ATEC), by the medical-device company, Suros Surgical Systems Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana. Features of the system; Function of the ATEC; Reason on why the system is especially attractive.


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