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Noninvasive optical imaging and spectroscopy for quantitative monitoring of the progression of oral premalignant lesions

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Abstract

Interim results are presented from a longitudinal study in which optical imaging and spectroscopy are used to monitor progression of oral premalignant lesions. A total of 447 sites in 120 patients were tracked over time.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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