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Lawyers using medical imaging technology

March 20, 2014 by Steven M. Gursten

Attorney Steven Gursten is featured as a legal expert in the Detroit Jewish News. The story covered advances in medical imaging technology, focusing on a Bloomfield-based company called Intrinsic Medical Imaging (IMI).

IMI translates standard MRI and CAT scans into high-resolution 3D videos and still images that allow a doctor to diagnose a patient, or an attorney to use as evidence in a personal injury case.

Gursten recently used the technology for the first time with positive results.

“The main benefit is that it is real; it is the client’s real injury that a jury or an insurance adjuster can see with their own eyes. It is admissible because it uses well established medical technology and the images themselves are not altered,” Gursten said.

You can read the full story here: Local company makes a quantum leap in medical imaging technology

March 20, 2014

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