Exo, a startup that developed a handheld ultrasound device and a platform to support it, raised $200 million in its Series C funding round. Most of the new capital will toward commercializing the device.
Ultrasound and other imaging methods are being used to diagnose athletes' injuries at the Tokyo Olympics. For example, one New Zealand athlete underwent an ultrasound during a pre-Olympic soccer match.
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