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  • digvideoking digvideoking Jan 31, 2010 5:31 PM Flag

    Why I think we have a MEGA product here..

    So I spoke to my Doctor on Friday, and told him about Imaging3 Inc's product. I'm probably do a crappy job of explaining what he said, but I'll try..

    First off he expressed his opinion that this will be revolutionary because for the first time in history, you will be able to watch muscles, knees, joints, spinal cord, heart, and other "moving" areas of the human body real-time. This becomes key because the Doctor can now actually see the movement, and SEE WHAT IS FAILING.

    For example, the human heart is enclosed in a double-walled sac called the pericardium. The superficial part of this sac is called the fibrous pericardium. This sac protects the heart, anchors its surrounding structures, and prevents overfilling of the heart with blood. It is located anterior to the vertebral column and posterior to the sternum. Blood flows through the heart in one direction, from the atrias to the ventricles, and out of the great arteries, or the aorta for example. This is done by four valves which are the tricuspid atrioventicular valve, the mitral atrioventicular valve, the aortic semilunar valve, and the pulmonary semilunar valve. being able to watch how the heart is working or behaving allows Doctors to view and analyze before cutting.

    Or another example, a knee. The knee permits flexion and extension about a virtually transversal axis, as well as a slight medial and lateral rotation about the axis of the lower leg in the flexed position. The knee joint is called "mobile" because the femur and menisci move over the tibia during rotation, while the femur rolls and glides over the menisci during extension-flexion. Giving a Doctor the ability to watch the transversal axis in real-time exposes where the flaw is.

    Again, I think this product is amazing. And once FDA approval is received.. the media will be jumping all over this! And when that happens, BOOM.. this will be in every hospital and doctor's office.

    Good luck everyone.

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    • What you have written seems great but I am concerned that the focus or image quality is not good enough to interest enough buyers. The quality of image has not been seen by us and this point has not been clarified,haha, to the investors and the GP. Who has seen the images at any show? The web page shows poor focus.

    • The problem with your analysis is that you're taking Deans word that all of this is true!!

      Aren't you curious if this is such a breakthrough why it hasn't hit the broad news network as of yet??

      I'm sure phillips and toshiba and sony and samsung and all these guys will just unplug their eqiuipment if this gets approved...

      as for the stock remember, people buy on speculation and sell on news..

      Oh well if you haven't noticed that Dean has sold some of his shares to buy more TV time and color his hair...sure put your money here...lol.

      This ship has sailed.

    • Purshing my post back to top as well. Please read.

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      Why I think we have a MEGA product here.. 31-Jan-10 05:31 pm So I spoke to my Doctor on Friday, and told him about Imaging3 Inc's product. I'm probably do a crappy job of explaining what he said, but I'll try..

      First off he expressed his opinion that this will be revolutionary because for the first time in history, you will be able to watch muscles, knees, joints, spinal cord, heart, and other "moving" areas of the human body real-time. This becomes key because the Doctor can now actually see the movement, and SEE WHAT IS FAILING.

      For example, the human heart is enclosed in a double-walled sac called the pericardium. The superficial part of this sac is called the fibrous pericardium. This sac protects the heart, anchors its surrounding structures, and prevents overfilling of the heart with blood. It is located anterior to the vertebral column and posterior to the sternum. Blood flows through the heart in one direction, from the atrias to the ventricles, and out of the great arteries, or the aorta for example. This is done by four valves which are the tricuspid atrioventicular valve, the mitral atrioventicular valve, the aortic semilunar valve, and the pulmonary semilunar valve. being able to watch how the heart is working or behaving allows Doctors to view and analyze before cutting.

      Or another example, a knee. The knee permits flexion and extension about a virtually transversal axis, as well as a slight medial and lateral rotation about the axis of the lower leg in the flexed position. The knee joint is called "mobile" because the femur and menisci move over the tibia during rotation, while the femur rolls and glides over the menisci during extension-flexion. Giving a Doctor the ability to watch the transversal axis in real-time exposes where the flaw is.

      Again, I think this product is amazing. And once FDA approval is received.. the media will be jumping all over this! And when that happens, BOOM.. this will be in every hospital and doctor's office.

      Good luck everyone.

    • cadriano@sbcglobal.net cadriano Jan 31, 2010 8:50 PM Flag

      <this will be in every hospital and doctor's office>

      That would mean that the price of the machine,times the % of Medicare and Medidcaid patients (twice,once for interst once for depreciation) woud be reimburseable fedderally, plus, per use charges related to Diagnostic Related Groups. Those days are over, the government won't be able to do that fiscally, although some large practices in sports medicince, or similar uses, perhaps EDs may have use of the machine. If it tests out and is approved as we expect.

    • Yes the Product is Amazing' IF it works-
      FDA so far says NO' >maybe that will change but'
      Everything looks good on paper'
      We are all waiting for Proof this Device can live up to Company promo-thats all we have to go by-what the Company says it is capable of doing..
      Still no 3rd party Validation from anyone' in medical field who has ever seen device in working condition and gave it a thumbs up-a Prototype of Device at RSNA and mediocre images presented doesnt sit too well with investors and Medical Community..

      Hopefully Dean will allow this device to be peer reviewed so it can be written up in medical articles..,
      So are you an investor' or a gambler?
      now IMGG is a gamble-
      When solid proof device works,then IMGG becomes a GOOD investment.
      GLTA..

    • Good post, I have put all the paid bashers on ignore, they are not worth the tjime of day

    • Good post, I have put all of the paid bashers on ignore....they are not worth the time of day

    • Great post, now watch the bashers rip it apart.

 
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