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Investigating the Role of Micro-CT in Imaging Breast Cancer Specimens

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    Micro-CT, short for Micro-Focus X-Ray Computed Tomography, is a 3D imaging method first developed for industrial and archeological applications that has only recently been explored in medical settings. To learn more about micro-CT’s potential, Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Dr. Ankur Tiwari, surgical resident at the University of Texas-San Antonio and first author of a study investigating the role of micro-CT in imaging breast cancer specimens.

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    Micro-CT, short for Micro-Focus X-Ray Computed Tomography, is a 3D imaging method first developed for industrial and archeological applications that has only recently been explored in medical settings. To learn more about micro-CT’s potential, Dr. Matt Birnholz sits down with Dr. Ankur Tiwari, surgical resident at the University of Texas-San Antonio and first author of a study investigating the role of micro-CT in imaging breast cancer specimens.

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