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10 March 2020 Progress in angle-resolved low-coherence interferometry for real-time detection of epithelial dysplasia (Conference Presentation)
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Angle-resolved low-coherence interferometry (a/LCI) is an optical technique which uses inverse models of light scattering to predict the size and density of cell nuclei, a significant biomarker of precancer. In recent years, substantial progress has occurred in a/LCI technology, particularly in novel instrumentation for the detection of dysplasia in the cervix and the esophagus. This abstract summarizes recent developments in a/LCI, with a focus on developments over the previous four years. Clinical studies in the cervix, novel optical instrumentation addressing the cervix and esophagus, and novel applications related to Alzheimer’s disease are discussed.
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Zachary A. Steelman, Derek Ho, Yang Zhao, Haoran Zhang, Evan Jelly, Ge Song, Wesley Y. Kendall, Michael Crose, Brian Cox, Kengyeh K. Chu, and Adam P. Wax "Progress in angle-resolved low-coherence interferometry for real-time detection of epithelial dysplasia (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 11253, Biomedical Applications of Light Scattering X, 1125302 (10 March 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2545173
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