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Fujifilm Highlights Comprehensive and Expanding DR Product Line at RSNA 2011
Date:11/27/2011

CHICAGO, Nov. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2011 Annual Meeting, FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc. will be showcasing one of the most diverse family of DR products on the U.S. market.  Traditionally known for its renowned image quality, the medical imaging and informatics company will demonstrate its ability to provide a DR solution for nearly every conventional x-ray need including flat panel detectors, portable systems, room replacements and Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM).

"Fujifilm's expanding line of DR products is, without question, one of the largest  on the market to date," says Yoshitaka Nakamura, Vice President of Modality Solutions for Fujifilm. "What once started as a small list of products has evolved dramatically into a large portfolio of DR solutions with an impressive list of recent technological advances," Nakamura continues. "Attendees of RSNA looking for DR solutions to meet the varying needs of their radiology department will find exactly what they are looking for from one company - Fujifilm."

As a foundation of its expanding DR portfolio, Fujifilm initiated a new strategic development program that leverages the company's dedication to developing products that will tackle the issue of dose management, while providing exceptional image quality, without sacrificing ease of use – "Gentle Touch. Brilliant Image." Under the new "Gentle Touch. Brilliant Image." program, Fujifilm will work to meet the varying needs of its constituents – lower dose for patients, extraordinary image quality for radiologists and ease of use for technologists.

The expanding FDR portfolio is strengthened by Fujifilm's patented advanced detector technology – a key factor to the company's renowned image quality and an inspiration behind the company's "Gentle Touch. Brilliant Image." program. Each new FDR system includes Irradiation Side Sampling (ISS),that impro
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