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Patient B: Real-time, gray-scale imaging
demonstrated a smaller atrophic left testis.
This provides a different level of contrast from traditional gray-scale imaging
A scanning electron microscope and a low-resolution charge-coupled-device (CCD) video camera are on hand, but the dominant system used for gray-scale imaging
- which comprises the greatest portion of the lab's imaging work - is a MegaPlus camera, model 1.
They want quality gray-scale imaging
for effective diagnosis, and they need a compact unit that's mobile and easy to use," Parhar said.