16th Annual Pathophysiology Panorama Highlights COD Student Work

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By Jennifer Duda

College of DuPage student Dan Ross of Warrenville displays and discusses his research on Acromegaly at the 16h annual  Pathophysiology Panorama. Acromegaly is abnormal growth of the hands, feet, and face caused by overproduction of growth hormone by the pituitary gland. Approximately 80 students from the College of DuPage Diagnostic Medical Imaging programs in Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiography and Sonography displayed and discussed their work featuring a broad range of diseases and pathologies that have been detected using various imaging procedures. Click here to view photos from this event. Click here for information about COD’s Diagnostic Medical Imaging programs. (Mike McKissack/COD Newsroom)

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