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Physics World Focus On Medical Imaging 2013

Clinical applications and research advances

This special focus issue of Physics World examines some of the key technologies and new developments across a wide range of medical imaging disciplines. The issue includes features on MRI-guided radiotherapy, molecular imaging of small animals, mapping connections in babies’ brains, OCT in dermatology, and much more.

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