Imaging of infection with next generation microscopy

By the development of metabolic and infection imaging it has been  routine process, as it shows the accurate and most valuable information of the infection site, type and resistance, which interne helps in treating efficiently, with the known cause and specificity. But in direct identification of infection in the body without any externally observed abnormality.  But   by using the cross sectional imaging technique and imaging the sedimentation of radioisotopes that have been settled into white blood cells or glucose. Biologic imaging is useful in discovering the anatomic sites where there is inflammation or high metabolic demand. However, a drawback of biologic imaging is that it is not specific for infection.

  • Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Scanning tunnelling microscopy(STM), Atomic force microscopy(AFM), Super resolution microscopy(SRM)
  • Diagnostic imaging: Nuclear medicine, CT scan, Ultrasound, MRI, Tomography Radiography
  • Imagining novel anti-Staphylococcal treatment techniques by intravital microscopy
  • FISH for microbial structures

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