Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation
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Canon Medical Systems Corporation is a medical equipment company based in Ōtawara, Tochigi, Japan. The company, formerly known as Toshiba Medical, was the first in Japan to begin research on X-ray tubes in 1914, and has continued to be a national leader in diagnostic imaging equipment, being the first to introduce many products, including MRI and helical CT.  The company was acquired by Canon Inc. in 2016.
|Founded||September 23, 1948|
|Headquarters||Ōtawara, Tochigi, Japan|
|Toshio Takiguchi |
|Owner||Canon Inc. (100%)|
Major competitors of CMSC (Canon Medical Systems Corporation) include:
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