MIT experts developed a stamp-size device that can be patched into a patient's skin to get high-resolution images of internal organs.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a device to capture accurate images of internal organs.
The device was tested during recent tests and it was applied to a volunteer's skin after applying a liquid gel with strong adhesion
The researchers found that the reflected waves produced high-resolution images of the patient's heart, lungs including other organs.
The device can be used for imaging the organs of a patient without the assistance of a technician