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Warm Your Blood To Track Dangerous Oozes, Washington University in St. Louis Study


11/18/2013 6:23:32 AM

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How slow does your blood flow? Using ultrasound to warm up small amounts of blood can help track the rate it flows. The technique works even for small blood vessels where the flow is slowest, which means it could help detect tiny but dangerous blood clots or the development of new blood vessels in tumours.

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