‘World’s smallest’ imaging device has large implications for cardio care

‘World’s smallest’ imaging device has large implications for cardio care

World’s smallest’ imaging device has large implications for cardio care Matt O’Connor German and Australian scientists teamed up to create the optical coherence tomography endoscope, sharing their development July 20 in Light: Science & Applications. 

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