World’s First 3D Color X-Rays of Human Body Produced Using CERN Technology

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There is great news for medical professionals relying on the use of X-ray pictures! A new bioimaging technique using a sensor chip developed by the European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN has resulted in the creation of a scanner that can produce 3D color X-rays of the human body.

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These new impressive, yet freaky images, have the ability to clearly showcase the details of a patient’s bones, lipids and soft tissue as well as other elements such as disease


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