We have already discussed in sheer detail that how technology, in shape of robots, has turned the medical field inside-out by paving the way for precise and exact outcomes. This topic is a never-ending one.
Researchers from the University of Leeds have developed a software that would beat its conventional counterparts in terms of producing high resolution three dimensional images of a tissue in order to spot and cure cancer more effectively. It is first of its kind since the softwares previously tested yielding 3D images of a tissue failed to provide high quality results needed to advance in this serious disease.
The recent development would aid the medics to view 3D images from any angle on a computer system, thus, facilitating them to diagnose the cancer early and suggest a better medication.
The cancerous tumors are very dangerous, and 2D images used up until now to cure them aren’t enough. Cancer Research UK says that the technology will take the digital microscopy to next level as 3D scans of tissues are achieved by using already-present scanners.
Samples of the tissues are taken by slicing them into micro pieces and then scanning them, a final 3D shape is generated digitally.
There is no detail about how and on what scale this new tech will be implemented. But we wish pure health for the sufferers.
Source: University of Leeds