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PBS special explores medical imaging

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Set your VCRs-PBS will air a one-hour documentary called "Naked to the Bone" on new medical imaging technologies on Sept. 30. The program will cover cutting-edge applications of imaging technology, including work on MR-guided surgery with open magnets at

Set your VCRs-PBS will air a one-hour documentary called "Naked to the Bone" on new medical imaging technologies on Sept. 30. The program will cover cutting-edge applications of imaging technology, including work on MR-guided surgery with open magnets at Stanford University, ultrasound-guided surgery on fetuses in utero, and MR mammography. The program will also retrace some of the major discoveries and breakthroughs in medical imaging's past, and will examine the specialty's future.

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