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Optical Spectral Imaging For Breast Margin Assessment: A Comprehensive Assessment of Sources of Contrast

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Abstract

Achieving tumor-free surgical margins is desired to avoid recurrence. Diffuse reflectance imaging can assess margin status; however, understanding tissue kinetics, cautery, and patient variability is necessary to exploit optical contrast to detect positive tumor margins.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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