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Imaging Diagnostic Systems Accepts Resignations of Outside Directors
Date:4/23/2008

Company Increases Focus on PMA Study

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Imaging Diagnostic Systems, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: IMDS) announced that on April 16, 2008, the Company received and accepted the resignations of its three outside directors Jay Bendis, Patrick Gorman, and Sherman Lazrus. These resignations were tendered to comply with a request by outside funding sources as a condition to such funding. In connection with their resignations, these directors received full vesting on the options for 200,000 shares each, which the Company granted in early 2008.

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Linda B. Grable, a co-founder of IDSI and its former Chairman of the Board and CEO, who retired in April 2004, agreed to come out of retirement and now serves as the Company's Chairman of the Board and interim CEO.

Allan Schwartz, Executive Vice President and CFO stated that, "I am gratified that Linda has come out of retirement to serve IDSI as Chairman of the Board and Interim CEO. Her passion and experience will be a driving force to enable the Company to achieve its financial goals and to complete the PMA filing process."

"As one of the original founders and a shareholder, I have a personal interest as well as a vested interest in IDSI's success," Grable commented. "I felt it was imperative for me to return to the company to help promote goodwill, bring value to the shareholders, and provide the avenue for the company to obtain the resources necessary to continue its operations and complete the PMA process. I am strongly committed to turning the original vision that I shared with my late husband Richard Grable, inventor of the CTLM system, into reality."

On April 18th, 2008 the company entered into a new "Sixth Private Equity Credit Agreement with Charlton Avenue LLC provi
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