Researchers use noninvasive light-based imaging technology to see inside the living brain
Researchers at the University of Washington have used a noninvasive light-based imaging technology to literally see inside the living brain, providing a new tool to study how diseases like dementia, Alzheimer's, and brain tumors change brain tissue over time. From the experimental findings, the authors envision that this new optical coherence tomography approach to brain study may enable examination of acute and chronic morphological or functional vascular changes in the deep brain, which has been rarely attempted before in the OCT community.
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