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A Peek Into Lymph Nodes

News   Mar 15, 2019 | Original story from Tohoku University

 
A Peek Into Lymph Nodes

Researchers have developed a new method to detect cancer earlier in the lymph nodes involving micro-CT. The micro-CT scans show how a contrast agent is blocked from more and more of the lymph node, indicating tumor development within the first month of infection. Credit: Tohoku University

 
 
 

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