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Dornier Reveals Urology Table with New Flat Panel Detector

CHICAGO, April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In an unveiling held at the American Urological Association, Dornier increased their technology leadership of urology tables by revealing a flat panel detector for the Opus II UIMS.

The international award-winning urology system, offers a 43 x 43 cm dynamic flat panel detector with over scan capability that complements brachytherapy applications. The large, fully digital system produces an undistorted true rectangular image. In comparison to a traditional 16 inch image intensifier, the flat panel detector provides 92% more imaging area, increasing the amount of information seen by the user. The Opus II UIMS fpd is now the most advanced urology table in the market with the user-friendly carbon fiber table design that is thin, light weight and has the shortest tabletop and smallest table footprint in the industry.

"We are pleased to announce yet another technological advancement to the market. This addition is an ideal fit with our UIMS workstation development efforts," says Brian Walsh, General Manager, Dornier MedTech America. "We continue to expand our technology leadership for the benefit of the medical community, both physicians and patients alike."

Dornier MedTech is an innovative market leader in both the urology and medical-aesthetic laser markets. As the inventor of lithotripsy and pioneer of a variety of medical-aesthetic lasers, Dornier continues to develop advanced medical solutions. Dornier also offers urology imaging systems and orthopedic shock wave devices. As a global company, Dornier has operating units and service partners throughout the world. Dornier MedTech ( is a privately held company headquartered in Munich, Germany. For more information please contact at 1-770-426-1315.

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