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Norm,

Yes, It is a really good smaller foot probe with excellent penetration!
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Subject: Does anybody have any experience using the relatively new Zonare C4-1 curved array probe?

Does anybody have any experience using the relatively new Zonare C4-1 curved array probe?  I am particularly interested in impressions of its performance for abdominal vascular studies, especially renal artery duplex.  We are considering the acquisition of a Zonare system, among others.

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Norman Paley, BS, RVT
Technical Director Vascular Laboratory
Richmond University Medical Center
Staten Island, New York

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