Publication Year: 2011
Type: Online publication
For most of the history of medicine, physicians relied on their senses - primarily vision and touch - to diagnose illness, monitor a patient's condition, and perform invasive procedures. During the last few decades various three-dimensional medical imaging techniques have become available that allow a physician to see and diagnose disease that is hidden from normal view.
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