The earlier the experts find a cancer, the more chances to cure it – or at least successfully to deal with it for a long time. There are a number of diagnostic systems, however, the main problem of the professionals involved in the diagnosis – the combination of the best principles of optical scan and MRI scan, where there is a combination of the depth and detail of the scan. Actually this was done by experts from mit, which created a new type of early cancer scan.
Currently, the main problem of diagnosis of this kind is the use of optical equipment, the experts can not penetrate too deeply into the patient, using infrared scanning, they may miss foci of inflammation and tumors less than 1 cm in diameter. Therefore the Massachusetts experts presented its new mixed scanning technique, in which they have managed to combine the best aspects of optical and infrared scan – using long-wave infrared signals, the experts were able to determine the ideal balance between depth and detail of diagnosis, experts also developing biomarkers to more accurately determine potential sources of inflammation and tumors.
Subsequently, the specialists organized a rd experiments on mice to make sure that their technique really shows excellent results – in this sense, they have been remarkably successful, while being able to further elaborate mixed media early diagnosis of cancer.
It should be noted that under the new system it becomes much easier to identify and to treat lesions in cancer inflammation and tumors, as well as to conduct more detailed diagnostics of cancerous lesions with the goal to find some third-party aspects and features related to the direct course of the disease. Now the world is waiting for official confirmation from representatives of the Institute on the final result of this study.
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