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Re: MRI and dino eggs, etc. Murdoch
Kenneth Carpenter writes:
>As I stated before, all of the techniques have not been successful at
>demonstrating EMBRYOS within eggs. I am aware that the shell shows up
>nicely in CT, X-ray, MRI, etc., but that was not the point I was
>discussing. The calcite of the shell is usually the original shell, so
>has a different density than the surrounding and infilled matrix.
This is an ignorant question... but what about ultrasound? I would imagine
that there would have to be pretty sophisticated filtering of the
return signals. I also don't know if the resolution is adequate for
the level of detail needed. Has anyone tried this?