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Endogenous Fluorescence Imaging for the Management of Oral and Cervical Cancers

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Abstract

Imaging of endogenous tissue fluorescence is an effective tool for the early detection of oral and cervical cancers. Recent data show that fluorescence-guided surgical resection of oral lesions dramatically reduce the rate of cancer recurrence.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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