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Medical Imaging Technology
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according to medical net: researchers are close to commercializing a new type of medical imaging technology that could diagnose cardiovascular disease by measuring ultrasound signals from molecules exposed to a fast-pulsing laser.
The system takes precise three-dimensional images of plaques lining arteries and identifies deposits that are likely to rupture and cause heart attacks. The imaging reveals the presence of carbon-hydrogen bonds making up lipid molecules in arterial plaques that cause heart disease. Research findings are detailed in a paper appearing online today (nov. 4) in the nature journal scientific reports. "this allows us to see the exact nature of plaque formation in the walls of arteries so we can define whether plaque is going to rupture," said michael sturek, coauthor of the paper and a professor and chair of the department of cellular & integrative physiology at indiana university school of medicine.
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