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28 February 2012 Fluorescence goggle for intraoperative breast cancer imaging
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We have developed a fluorescence goggle device for intraoperative oncologic imaging. With our system design, the surgeon can directly visualize the fluorescence information from the eyepieces in real time without any additional monitor, which can improve one's coordination and surgical accuracy. In conjunction with targeting fluorescent dyes, the goggle device can successfully detect tumor margins and small nodules that are not obvious to naked eye. This can potentially decrease the incidence of incomplete resection.
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Yang Liu, Adam Q. Bauer, Walter Akers, Gail Sudlow, Kexian Liang, Tauseef Charanya, Suman Mondal, Joseph P. Culver, and Samuel Achilefu "Fluorescence goggle for intraoperative breast cancer imaging", Proc. SPIE 8215, Design and Quality for Biomedical Technologies V, 82150G (28 February 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.910509
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