3D colour imaging device to go into clinical trial in Christchurch

A 3D colour imaging device developed by a Kiwi father and son team is set to go into its first clinical trial for orthopaedic and rheumatology patients in the next few months.

The MARS spectral x-ray scanner is able to produce colour images instead of black and white ones, and show different components of body parts such as fat, water, calcium and disease markers.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: University of Canterbury, University of Otago

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