Using optical coherence tomography to see inside the artery

There’s a cute clinical picture over in the Lancet – the team at Monash down in Melbourne using optical coherence tomography (OCT) to visualise a patient with a ruptured plaque with thrombus overlying. A very nice image to demonstrate the pathology of the acute coronary syndrome.

See it here.

 

 

source | The Lancet

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