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written by Dean A. Zollman, Sytil K. Murphy, and Dyan L. McBride
supported by the National Science Foundation
This web site contains resources involving the physics of contemporary medical procedures. This collection is intended mainly to help students gain insight into the physics behind modern medical diagnostics and treatments, which are scarcely mentioned in most pre-med physics courses. The site contains student tutorials and activities, instructor materials, software, and various related links. Topics covered include vision and optics, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography (PET).
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Modern Miracle Medical Machines:
Contains Modern Miracle Medical Machines: The Human Eye and Vision
The Human Eye and Vision activity is one element of the Modern Miracle Medical Machines project.relation by Bruce Mason
Contains Modern Miracle Medical Machines: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
This NMR activity is one part of the larger Modern Miracle Medical Machines project.relation by Bruce Mason
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