Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, May 1st, 2007
Study 1: Current study results from the report, "Imaging the cavernous nerves in the rat prostate using optical coherence tomography," have been published. "Improvements in identification, imaging, and visualization of the cavernous nerves (CNs) during radical prostatectomy, which are responsible for erectile function, may improve nerve preservation and post-operative potency. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is capable of real-time, high-resolution, cross-sectional, in vivo tissue imaging," scientists in the United States report.
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