Michael Flatten

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Only computed tomography (CT) is able to demonstrate ocular, orbital and peri-orbital soft tissues, calcification and bony structures directly and without superimposition of other tissues. 165 patients with tumours of the eye or orbit have been examined by CT and in 143 the diagnosis has been confirmed. The value of CT lies in its ability to demonstrate(More)
As part of an upper level undergraduate developmental biology course at the University of Minnesota Duluth, we developed a unit in which students carried out original research as part of a cooperative class project. Students had the opportunity to gain experience in the scientific method from experimental design all of the way through to the preparation of(More)
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