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15 February 2007 Clinical applications of elastic-scattering spectroscopy beyond proof-of-principle: what really matters
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In determining true clinical utility and patient benefits of a new diagnostic technique, a variety of issues become important, which are often not considered during the proof-of-concept stage. These relate to the overall cost to the health-care system, user friendliness and clinical practicality, likelihood of adoption, the appropriate statistics for demonstration clinical value, and the relevance of the technology to the specific disease.
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Irving J. Bigio "Clinical applications of elastic-scattering spectroscopy beyond proof-of-principle: what really matters", Proc. SPIE 6446, Biomedical Applications of Light Scattering, 64460J (15 February 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.705121
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