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Intraoperative imaging offers numerous possibilities in cardiovascular surgery that mean more safety for both examiner and patient. The more imaging techniques are developed, the better surgical treatments can become. In our Topic of the Month you can learn more about the possibilities of cardiovascular imaging.

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Kyra Molinari
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Topic of the Month: Possibilities of medical imaging
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Possibilities of medical imaging

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Image: x-ray of a heart which is treated with a catheter; Copyright: PantherMedia/
A high degree of precision is required for operations involving the cardiovascular system. This is based on medical imaging. In practice, however, these still face a number of challenges that can impair image quality. The further development of imaging techniques represents a forward-looking field of research in order to be able to improve surgical treatment in the future. Read more about this in the Topic of the Month.
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