11 November 2014 In vivo label-free quantification of liver microcirculation using dual-modality microscopy
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Microcirculation lesion is a common symptom of chronic liver diseases in the form of vasculature deformation and circulation alteration. In acute to chronic liver diseases such as biliary atresia, microcirculation lesion can have an early onset. Detection of microcirculation lesion is meaningful for studying the progression of liver disease. We have combined wide-field fluorescence microscopy and a laser speckle contrast technique to characterize hepatic microcirculation
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Jie Yan, Jie Yan, Yuzhan Kang, Yuzhan Kang, Shuoyu Xu, Shuoyu Xu, Lee-Ling S. Ong, Lee-Ling S. Ong, Shuangmu Zhuo, Shuangmu Zhuo, Ralph M. Bunte, Ralph M. Bunte, Nanguang Chen, Nanguang Chen, H. Harry Asada, H. Harry Asada, Peter T. C. So, Peter T. C. So, Ian R. Wanless, Ian R. Wanless, Hanry Yu, Hanry Yu, } "In vivo label-free quantification of liver microcirculation using dual-modality microscopy," Journal of Biomedical Optics 19(11), 116006 (11 November 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.19.11.116006 . Submission:
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