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Dear Innovation,

We give doctors the ability to see what needs to be seen,
and we offer peace of mind to patients, easing their burden during difficult times.
We contribute to both health and society.
That is why we’ve pursued state-of-the-art imaging technology for 80 years,
aiding in the early detection and treatment of disease.
Our knowledge of the medical field stands out in our technology.
It's value born from listening to the needs of healthcare professionals.
We deliver confidence through our insistence of high quality.
It’s this innovation that will expand the possibilities of medical field.

We give doctors the ability to see what needs to be seen,
and we offer peace of mind to patients,
easing their burden during difficult times.
We contribute to both health and society.
That is why we’ve pursued state-of-the-art
imaging technology for 80 years,
aiding in the early detection and treatment of disease.
Our knowledge of the medical field stands out
in our technology.
It's value born from listening to the needs of
healthcare professionals.
We deliver confidence through our insistence of
high quality.
It’s this innovation that will expand
the possibilities of medical field.

Accurate and easy
Endoscopy without the discomfort

Making endoscopy easier on the patient

Transnasal endoscopes reduce patient discomfort as they are inserted through the nose.
Image processing technology and two lasers realized a next-generation endoscope system, LESEREO. Enhancing visibility by high resolution and the plasticity of color, we aim to improve the procedure for both the doctor and the patient.

[Photo] Atsushi Maruhashi Dveloper of the Transnasal Endoscope

Atsushi Maruhashi
Dveloper of
the Transnasal Endoscope

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Image quality of transoral endoscopes
Small yet powerful

Our first challenge was to improve the image quality of transnasal endoscopes to match their transoral counterparts. We worked closely with doctors to achieve images of higher quality in a smaller diameter endoscope that slips easily through the nasal cavity without irritating the root of the tongue.

[Photo] Tomoko Yokoyama M.D, Ph.D. Director, FUJIFILM Tokyo Endoscopy Center(Nishiazabu Medical Examination Center)

Tomoko Yokoyama M.D., Ph.D.
Director,
FUJIFILM Tokyo Endoscopy Center
(Nishiazabu Medical Examination Center)

"The image quality from this endoscope has impressed even doctors."
― Director, Tomoko Yokoyama, M.D., Ph.D.

Most stomach cancers are curable if detected in the early stages, but many patients avoid an endoscopy because of the discomfort. Transnasal endoscopes make it more likely for a patient to follow through with their procedure, which has contributed to early detection of these cancers.

[Photo] Masahiro Kubo Developer of the LASEREO

Masahiro Kubo
Developer of the LASEREO

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Endoscope with laser technology for its light source
linked color imaging LCI innovation

Recently we've introduced a new endoscope system, LASEREO, which employs laser light source for illumination. LASEREO carries a new function LCI, Linked Color Imaging, which emphasizes and enhances the color contrast by laser illumination.

※LCI is a function introduced only in Japan at the present.

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Emphasizing the coloring and contrast

Fujifilm’s unique image processor combined with LCI emphasizes the coloring and contrast of mucous membranes and blood vessels difficult to see with the conventional endoscopes.

[Logo] The future

Thinking what Fujifilm’s endoscopes can only realize.
"It is a Fujifilm endoscope that makes so much more possible. My hope is that patients will line up to be examined with this tecnology."
― Atsushi Maruhashi, Developer of the Transnasal Endoscope

Innovation in medical care. Today.

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