LabBook February 21, 2014

We're not optimistic for the prognosis of this patient but David Klein, imaging team leader, runs some tests as he preps Paankhenamun (ca. 700 BC) for a 256-slice CT scan at the Center for Care and Discovery Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. Radiologist Michael Vannier is using this newest of scanners and is testing different protocols on the mummy that belongs to the Art Institute of Chicago.    (Robert Kozloff/The University of Chicago)

We’re not optimistic for the prognosis of this patient but David Klein, imaging team leader, runs some tests as he preps Paankhenamun (ca. 700 BC) for a 256-slice CT scan at the Center for Care and Discovery Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014. Radiologist Michael Vannier is using this newest of scanners and is testing different protocols on the mummy that belongs to the Art Institute of Chicago. (Robert Kozloff/The University of Chicago)

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