Singaporean researchers found that a handheld imaging device using micro optical-coherence tomography produced images with almost 100 times better resolution, compared with MRI, CT and X-ray. A preliminary trial also showed the device yielded 95% accuracy in differentiating malignant from benign colon polyps, compared with senior pathologists.
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