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Light-based probe 'sees' early cancers in first tests on human tissue

...ns to begin a small clinical trial of the advanced endoscope in collaboration with researchers at Duke Universi.../LCI devices. If all goes well, a new and improved endoscope might be ready for the clinic in three to five years, he said. ...

Hopkins scientists link immune response to 'ghost' parasites and severely congested sinuses

...rd to treat. In the surgery, a thin, tube-like endoscope is inserted into the nose, with a camera attached ... Slender surgical instruments placed alongside the endoscope allow surgeons to cut away inflamed tissue and polyps, clearing a path for the sinuses to drain norm...

Three-dimensional, miniature endoscope opens new diagnostic possibilities

...researchers have developed a new type of miniature endoscope that produces three-dimensional, high-definition i... use in a mouse model. "This new ultraminiature endoscope is the first to allow three-dimensional imaging of areas inside the body," says Guillermo Tearney, M...

New GI technologies improve internal organ visualization

...of using an ultrasound transducer at the tip of an endoscope to visualize and offer therapeutic intervention to the gastrointestinal tract and its surrounding structures, which includes nearby vasculature and organs. The researchers tested the feasibility of EUS to perform angiography in three pigs. EUS wa...

Rare Tibetan antelope listed as endangered

...thods often monitor the heart with a 2D ultrasound endoscope probe down the throat, a method that requires general anesthesia. "If physicians instead used the laparoscopic ultrasonography imager, they could monitor function for hours through a tiny incision -?possibly without anesthesia," Smith said. "That wo...

3D ultrasound device poised to advance minimally invasive surgery

...thods often monitor the heart with a 2D ultrasound endoscope probe down the throat, a method that requires general anesthesia. "If physicians instead used the laparoscopic ultrasonography imager, they could monitor function for hours through a tiny incision -?possibly without anesthesia," Smith said. "That wo...

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