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Discovering Fine Neurovascular Structures in Tibial Epiphysis Using the FV3000 Microscope

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Thursday, October 3, 2019
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Understanding the vascular and neural projections to the knee joint is important for treating pain associated with knee arthropathy. With the FV3000 microscope, researchers at the Keio University School of Medicine were able to successfully image a complex 3D structure of sensory nerves and their surrounding vasculature in the tibial epiphysis for the first time. They discovered that sensory nerves in the knee joint exist not only in the meniscus but also in the tibial epiphysis.

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