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Mark Urrutic, project officer for Family of Field Medical Equipment Team at Marine Corps Systems Command, uses an Infrascanner to locate a simulated hematoma on a mannequin's skull while MCSC's Executive Director William Williford looks on at the Navy League's Sea Air Space Exhibition in National Harbor, Maryland, on April 3. The Infrascanner is a portable, medical diagnostic device that provides early detection of intracranial hematomas-or bleeding within the skull-in the field, potentially saving lives and improving casualty care and recovery. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Ashley Calingo)
170403-M-YL753-452.JPG Photo By: Ashley Calingo

May 10, 2017
National Harbor, Md. - Mark Urrutic, project officer for Family of Field Medical Equipment Team at Marine Corps Systems Command, uses an Infrascanner to locate a simulated hematoma on a mannequin's skull while MCSC's Executive Director William Williford looks on at the Navy League's Sea Air Space Exhibition in National Harbor, Maryland, on April 3. The Infrascanner is a portable, medical diagnostic device that provides early detection of intracranial hematomas-or bleeding within the skull-in the field, potentially saving lives and improving casualty care and recovery. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Ashley Calingo)


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