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  • 3C20C Micro Convex Probe

    Abdominal   Use with C5 & C7 Ultrasound Scanners

     

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  • L738P Linear Probe

    Orthopaedics, Lower limb, Tendons, MSK, PD, Small Parts, Eyes   Use with Exago or Exapad Ultrasound Scanner

     

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  • Micro-Convex Probe MC9-4R11

    Advantage of wider scanning area Narrow foot print Abdominal, Cat/Small animals Cardiology, Eye and more.....4-9MHz..! Use with iuStar100 and iuStar160 Colour Doppler Ultrasound Scanner, Portable or Mobile

     

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  • C360A Convex ultrasound Probe

    C360A Convex Probe

    Abdominal   Use with Exago or Exapad Ultrasound Scanner

     

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  • C320A Convex Probe

    Convex probes offer a wider field of view as well as footprints as they are in the shape of a convex lens. These work on a lower frequency, thus allowing deeper penetration for the scanning of intra-abdominal structures.

     

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  • CC550V HD Convex Probe

    Convex probes act as a combination of the sector as well as linear probes, which helps in the decrease of scan line density. The CC550V HD Convex Probe that is available at Pie Data UK Ltd. is an extraordinary product offered at competitive price. These convex probes have a convex lens-like shape and offer deeper penetration of the ultras...

     

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  • LC1038V HD Linear Probe

    Abdominal, Orthopaedics, Tendons on horses, Small parts.   Use with Exapad Ultrasound Scanner

     

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  • LA385-12P Linear Probe

    Linear probe info: The linear probes produce a rectangular image by creating sound waves that are parallel to each other. Whatever the tissue level; these probes produce images of the same width with an equal number of scan lines.             Specific detail: Frequencies MHz: 4-18MHZ Auto; ...

     

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