CHICAGO - The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency has just announced an exciting new breakthrough in the medical world.
The Apricot Company which is based in Tarzana, California has just placed on the market the new iCamera 9000.
A spokesperson for Apricot stated that the iCamera 9000 is a little bitty camera which is inserted inside of a pill capsule.
The capsule holding the iCamera 9000 is ingested orally in the doctor's office and then within 20 seconds the doctor gets to see the insides of his patient.
The physician can then look for any inner abnormalities such as a misaligned duodenum, an inverted appendix, or an out of place pyloric valve.
This amazing new discovery will save the American Medical Society millions of dollars annually plus it will also save the patients a lot of money as well as time spent sitting around waiting for the results of X-rays.
SIDENOTE: The iCamera 9000 has a retail price of $47.95 but most insurance companies will cover at least 90 percent of the cost, except for Golden Croissant of Baton Rouge which will not cover any of the cost.