Cardiology

New study offers high-resolution images of heart valves

On Aug. 30, a team led by associate professor of biomedical engineering Morten Jensen published an article in the scientific journal PLOS ONE titled "High resolution imaging of the mitral valve in the natural state with ...

Medical research

Observing brain diseases in real time

An innovative tool allows researchers to observe protein aggregation throughout the life of a worm. The development of these aggregates, which play a role in the onset of a number of neurodegenerative diseases, can now be ...

Oncology & Cancer

Sharp images of moving tumors

By cleverly combining two medical imaging techniques, A*STAR scientists have found a way to produce high-resolution images of the lungs that is both high resolution and accounts for lung movement due to breathing1. The method ...

Cardiology

Near infrared fluorescence lights up hidden blood clots

Research presented at SNM's 58th Annual Meeting may mark the expansion of a novel imaging agent for an optical technique called near-infrared fluorescence (NIRF), which uses light energy to glean information about cells and ...

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