Monday, June 13, 2022

A CT scan at an Italian hospital has revealed the mysteries of an Egyptian mummy.

Italian hospital uses CT scan to unveil secrets of Egyptian mummy

BERGAMO: Ancient Egypt met present day clinical innovation when a mummy went through a CT filter at an Italian clinic as a component of an examination venture to find its mysteries.

The mummy of Ankhekhonsu, an old Egyptian minister, was moved from Bergamo's Civic Archeological Museum to Milan's Policlinico medical clinic, where specialists will reveal insight into his life and the internment customs of right around quite a while back.

"The mummies are for all intents and purposes an organic exhibition hall, they resemble a period container," said Sabina Malgora, the overseer of the Mummy Project Research.

Malgora expressed data on the mummy's name comes from the stone casket dated somewhere in the range of 900 and 800 BC, where Ankhekhonsu - and that signifies 'the god Khonsu is alive' - is composed multiple times.

Analysts accept they can remake the life and passing of the Egyptian minister and comprehend which sorts of items were utilized to preserve the body.

"Concentrating on antiquated sicknesses and wounds is significant for present day clinical examination ... we can concentrate on disease or the arteriosclerosis of the past and this can be helpful for present day research," she said. 

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