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posted in June 1998
Filmless x-ray systemmeasures bone density
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High-resolution direct digital x-ray capture and advanced image-processing software combine to detect osteoporosis
Steerable forceps makesinus surgery easier
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CAD and SLA help engineers simplify design and cut costs
The war on cancer heats up
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Ablation, or destruction, of tumors through thermal methods provides minimally invasive, at-the-source cancer treatment
Imaging guides surgery in real time
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Operating-room imaging and new material applications take surgeons on a 'fantastic voyage' within the human body
Design/document control solution
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Sensors invade the medical world
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Advancements in sensing technology provide clinicians with superior diagnostic tools and smarter medical products
Implants aid inner healing
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Designed to regulate, restore, or replace directly, medical implants address a growing range of health concerns
Accurate assembly leads to safer syringes
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Here's an example of how the right adhesive, and proper application, can be critical to improving the quality of our lives
Electronics get muscles moving
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Functional electrical stimulation motivates dormant muscles, granting independence to people incurring spinal cord injuries
Computers pinpoint brain tumors
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Image-guided techniques improve surgical accuracy and enable patients to recover more quickly




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