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Clarity Imaging International, Inc. Rolls Out Mobile DEXA Program
Date:9/6/2007

Company launches mobile DEXA Service and amends large IPA contract to

include this service

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Clarity Imaging International, Inc. "Clarity" (OTC Bulletin Board: ECSI.OB), a company that offers proven and emerging technologies to the medical community, has launched its mobile DEXA program in Texas. Additionally the company has amended its service agreement with Genesis Physician Group, one of the nation's largest IPA's with over 1,500 participating physicians that provide services throughout North Texas to include this service.

John Relic, President of Clarity, said, "Adding the mobile DEXA service to our existing agreement with Genesis fulfills our strategic goals of offering primary care physicians' services. These services are provided by the physician to the patient, therefore reducing the need to refer. We continue to work diligently with Genesis to add to the list of mobile services provided to primary care physicians in North Texas and other major Texas cities in the coming months."

About Clarity Imaging International, Inc.

Clarity Imaging International, Inc. offers proven and emerging technologies to the medical community. The scope of our interest includes introducing diagnostic and imaging technologies, providing in-office diagnostic services and offering medical imaging center development, consultation and management. For additional information, please visit http://www.clmd.com.

About Genesis Physicians Group, Inc.

Genesis Physicians Group Inc. provides the preeminent model of excellence in clinically integrated management services for North Texas. With more than 1,700 patient focused physicians, Genesis Physicians Group enhances members' ability to focus on patient care by supporting them through collaborative business and clinical initiatives. For additional information, please visit http://www.genesisdocs.org.

Forward-Looking Statements.

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