Pathology: detecting lymphedema with 3D microscopy -- MEDICA Trade Fair

Pathology: detecting lymphedema with 3D microscopy

Interview with Dr. René Hägerling, "Cells in Motion" Cluster of Excellence, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (University of Münster)

10/23/2017

Image: Smiling man with dark hair and a suit - Dr. René Hägerling; Copyright: Dr. René Hägerling

Dr. René Hägerling

Image: Collage of two images of coloured tissue samples; Copyright: Dr. René Hägerling

In comparison to the classical-histological analysis (A), which provides only two-dimensional information, the spatial arrangement of blood and lymph vessels in a human skin sample can be visualized by means of light sheet microscopy and VIPAR (B).

Image: Man with glasses and beard - Timo Roth; Copyright: B. Frommann

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