Native-state microscope could make disease diagnoses timelier and surgeries more effective
In the not-so-distant future, surgeons could ensure the complete removal of malignant tumors, and pathologists could analyze tissue more efficiently, by using a device invented at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Hany Osman has invented a native-state microscope that is able to scan large areas using fiber optics. It could allow for immediate, real-time microscopic confirmation of the complete removal of malignant tissues during surgery.
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