1. Are nuclei in stratified squamous epithelium high scattering or low scattering?

    Are nuclei in stratified squamous epithelium high scattering or low scattering?

    Imaging nuclei of keratinocytes in the stratified squamous epithelium has been a subject of intense research since nucleus associated cellular atypia is the key criteria for the screening and diagnosis of epithelial cancers and their precursors. However, keratinocyte nuclei have been reported to be either low scattering or high scattering, so that these inconsistent reports might have led to misinterpretations of optical images, and more importantly, hindered the establishment of optical diagnostic criteria. We disclose that they are generally low scattering in the core using Micro-optical coherence tomography (µOCT) of 1.28-µm axial resolution in vivo; those previously reported ...

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