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Researchers at the University of Leeds in the UK think a tumor might be easier to see if a doctor could image a patient's organs in three dimensions, says BBC News' Katia Moskvitch. So they created a method of generating high resolution 3D images of various tissues — the next-generation of digital microscopy, if you will — and recently published their study in the American Journal of Pathology. "A 3D image could help provide much more information than a simple 2D scan," Moskvitch says.

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