Published: 15 July 2020
Author(s): Fabio Piscaglia, Emanuela Marcelli
Section: Commentary

In this issue of the European Journal of Internal Medicine, M.N. Cruz and colleagues present a review of current liver imaging techniques [1], the potential of which has expanded from mere imaging, with regard to viewing inside the body, as if it were a macroscopic autoptic sectorial exam; but, in living bodies, to the exploration of organ and cellular functions. This evolution has taken place, thanks to the digital revolution, and has boosted in the last ten to fifteen years, in keeping with the rapidly increasing speed of computing machines.


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