2 March 2015 A multi-wavelength (u.v. to visible) laser system for early detection of oral cancer
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A multi-wavelength (360nm – 440nm), real-time Photonic Cancer Detector (PCD) optical system based on GaN semiconductor laser technology is outlined. A proof of concept using blue laser technology for early detection of cancer has already been tested and proven for esophageal cancer. This concept is expanded to consider a wider range of wavelengths and the PCD will initially be used for early diagnosis of oral cancers. The PCD creates an image of the oral cavity (broad field white light detection) and maps within the oral cavity any suspicious lesions with high sensitivity using a narrow field tunable detector.
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S. P. Najda, S. P. Najda, P. Perlin, P. Perlin, M. Leszczyński, M. Leszczyński, T. J. Slight, T. J. Slight, W. Meredith, W. Meredith, M. Schemmann, M. Schemmann, Harry Moseley, Harry Moseley, J. A. Woods, J. A. Woods, R. Valentine, R. Valentine, S. Kalra, S. Kalra, P. Mossey, P. Mossey, E. Theaker, E. Theaker, M. Macluskey, M. Macluskey, G. Mimnagh, G. Mimnagh, W. Mimnagh, W. Mimnagh, } "A multi-wavelength (u.v. to visible) laser system for early detection of oral cancer", Proc. SPIE 9328, Imaging, Manipulation, and Analysis of Biomolecules, Cells, and Tissues XIII, 932809 (2 March 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2079299; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2079299
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