Perimeter Medical Imaging AI Announces Further Commercial Expansion in North Texas with Follow-On Placement of Perimeter S-Series OCT within National Healthcare Provider System

Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, Inc. (TSXV: PINK) (OTC: PYNKF) (FSE: 4PC) (“Perimeter” or the “Company”) – a commercial-stage medical technology company – today announced a follow-on commercial placement of its flagship Perimeter S-Series OCT system at a new hospital site within one of the largest healthcare networks in North Texas, which is part of a major national healthcare system.

Perimeter’s flagship product, the S-Series OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography), is a pioneering medical imaging system that provides cross-sectional, real-time margin visualization of excised tissue specimens in the operating room at 10 times higher image resolution than X-ray and ultrasound, and 100 times greater image resolution than MRI.

Adrian Mendes, Perimeter’s Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We believe this additional commercial placement within a major national healthcare system – representing the fifth unit placed with this existing customer network – demonstrates that surgeon end users, as well as other stakeholders within the broader healthcare system, see the value of our technology and are recommending it to their peers. Our aim is to make Perimeter’s innovative technology the standard of care in cancer surgery.”

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