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Quantitative Spectroscopic Imaging for Early Cancer Diagnosis

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We have developed a quantitative spectroscopic imaging (QSI) system for detecting early cancer. Its effectiveness is demonstrated with ex vivo human colonic mucosa. In addition, clinical data is acquired from the ventral tongue.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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