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Echinococcus imaging system

Summary Information: Echinococcus imaging system

Echinococcus imaging system: An Echinococcus imaging system is a diagnostic medical imaging device, such as an x-ray, computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging used to identify Echinococcus (a microscopic tapeworm) cysts in the body. Echinococcus larvae (eggs) infect humans and lead to rapidly growing cysts that develop in the liver, lung and other organs.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Echinococcus imaging system

These diseases are related to the medical device Echinococcus imaging system:

  • Echinococcosis (tapeworm larvae infection)
  • Alveolar Echinococcosis (lung cysts)

Types Of Echinococcus imaging system

These devices are types of the medical device Echinococcus imaging system:

  • X-ray machine
  • Computed tomography scanner
  • Magnetic resonance imaging scanner

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