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Lasers Light Way To 3-D Imaging In Purdue Lab

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May 8, 2002
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Purdue University scientists developing a new imaging technology have created the world's first "visual fly-throughs" of a living tumor. The technique, which uses lasers, holograms and special detectors, offers promise for a new kind of medical imaging based on light instead of tissue-damaging X-rays, said David Nolte, a professor of physics at Purdue.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University scientists developing a new imaging technology have created the world's first "visual fly-throughs" of a living tumor.


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