New 3D ultrasound may improve accuracy of liver cancer treatment

A network of molecules and atoms of glass and crystals constitute a single system. 3D illustration

A simulated study by researchers at Western University and Lawson Health Research Institute has found a new system that uses ultrasound to construct 3D-images could make treatment of liver cancer, using thermal ablation, more accurate.

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