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To an early diagnosis of cancers by cellular autofluorescence imaging

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We developed a method for early diagnosis of cancers based on spectrally- and time-resolved endogenous fluorescence as a contrast factor. Promising results have already been obtained for bladder cancers. A detailed clinical study is presented.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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