laserscope


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laserscope

[′lā·zər‚skōp]
(engineering)
A pulsed high-power laser used with appropriate scanning and imaging devices to sense objects over the sea at night or in fog and provide three-dimensional images on a viewing screen.
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StenAIR Laserscope can be used to treat this ailment and significantly reduce surgical cost, hospital stays and patient recovery.
His prior medical and laser experience includes management and director level roles at Laserscope, Inc.
8mm SPC configured in its new Model 3 format with customizable Versa-Base handguard, topped with Burris' new 4-12x42mm Eliminator LaserScope.
The Laserscope UFF 100 is a diagnostic tool for measuring and monitoring of laser systems with high performance for the material processing.
The 4X-12X-42mm Eliminator LaserScope features an integrated 800yard rangefinder coupled with a very simple yet very accurate method of customizing the trajectory compensation capability to virtually any cartridge.
9 million of revenue from the company's Laserscope business, acquired in July 2006.
The first of what I will call these "first generation" tools is the 4-12x42mm LaserScope from Burris.
We are pleased to see the commitment that Miracle Laser has made toward helping Laserscope establish the GreenLight PV laser system and the Photo-Selective Vaporization of the Prostate (PVP) procedure as the new standard of care in this very exciting market," said Eric Reuter, Laserscope's president and CEO.
Laserscope cosmetic treatments are now available at the Rogers Medical Center.
In 1997, Hai, realizing the increasing need for a more powerful laser, approached Laserscope to develop the next generation laser.
For many of the 250,000 Americans who have surgery on their kidneys or hard-to-access upper urinary tract, the procedure may now become far less invasive thanks to a tiny new fiberoptic laser device developed by Laserscope.
125; sold 5,089 shares of Miami Computer at $18; bought 8,000 shares of Laserscope for $1.