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A combination of bone disease and malarial infection likely killed Ancient Egypt's most well-known pharaoh, Tutankhamun, according to a study published in Journal of the …

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Our videographer Todd Holland just put the finishing touches on his video chronicling the scanning of a 2,500-year-old mummy named Irethorrou. The video shows how …

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Over the weekend I noticed this great photo set on Flickr containing scans of a Lego MRI system. Apparently the Lego set was built as …

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There's a fantastic gallery of images over at MIT Technology Review showing how our ability to image the brain has evolved over 100 years. The …

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Last week, I posted a few photos of a Stanford effort to image the mummy of a 2,500-year-old priest. For those of you who like …

Stanford radiologists are hard at work right now scanning a 2,600-year-old Egyptian mummy. We'll have a full set of videos, articles and photos on this …

Like Rosanne, I'm a big fan of historical medical images. I love museums like the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Washington, DC, or …

Mashable had an interesting post this morning about data visualization on the iPhone. On the list was Ziostation, which allows users to manipulate CT images …