Open Your Heart to the World’s Smallest Diagnostic Probe

Certain health conditions require doctors to be able to observe tissues and organs in order to tell what’s wrong. The problem is that getting scopes into the body’s nooks and crannies without causing damage to the delicate surrounding tissues has, until now, been impossible.

A team of researchers has created a 3D-printed device that is set to make such diagnostic…

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