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Medical imaging has come a long way since the discovery of x-rays in the late 19th century, writes TEE SHIAO EEK.
RADIOLOGISTS are often called #8220;X-ray doctors.#8221; However, with advances, radiology has become a far more sophisticated science now.
Advanced imaging, which allows us to look into genes and cells and observe disease development and treat it even before symptoms show up, can be a reality when Universiti Malaya sets up the Research Imaging Centre, reports LOH FOON FONG.
Developments in medical science, especially in the area of imaging techniques to place needles or catheters in different areas of the body to evaluate and/or treat a variety of conditions in a minimally invasive fashion, have given women different options when its comes to treating different conditions. One example is uterine fibroids.