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    2. Quality control and primo-diagnosis of transurethral bladder resections with full-field OCT

      Quality control and primo-diagnosis of transurethral bladder resections with full-field OCT
      Transurethral resections are commonly used for bladder cancer diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. Cancer staging relies largely on the analysis of muscle in the resections; however, muscle presence is uncertain at the time of the resection. An extemporaneous quality control tool would be of great use to certify the presence of muscle in the resection, and potentially formulate a primo-diagnosis, in order to ensure optimum patient care. Full-field optical coherence tomography ...
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    3. Appearance of the Retina With Full-Field Optical Coherence Tomography

      Appearance of the Retina With Full-Field Optical Coherence Tomography
      Purpose : To interpret full-field optical coherence tomography (FFOCT) images of ex vivo retina. Methods : Flatmounted retinas of human, primate, pig, sheep, rat, and mouse were imaged using FFOCT. To identify retinal ganglion and amacrine cells, fixed samples immunolabeled against Tuj1 and Brn3a or live samples labeled in vitro with green fluorescent protein (GFP) were analyzed by combining FFOCT, fluorescence confocal microscopy (FCM), and fluorescence-FFOCT. To investigate postmortem tissue changes, time ...
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    4. Beyond Better Clinical Care: Optical Coherence Tomography's Economic Impact

      Beyond Better Clinical Care: Optical Coherence Tomography's Economic Impact
      The optical coherence tomography (OCT) industry has grown dramatically in its first 25 years, and while the positive effects on patient clinical care are the most important measure of OCT's success, its contributions to the economy in jobs, tax receipts, and healthcare savings are also noteworthy. The field of optical coherence tomography (OCT) has grown dramatically since its discovery in the early 1990s. The commercialization and growth of OCT ...
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    5. High efficiency for prostate biopsy qualification with full-field OCT after training

      High efficiency for prostate biopsy qualification with full-field OCT after training
      Full-field optical coherence tomography (FFOCT) offers a fast and non-destructive method of obtaining images of biological tissues at ultrahigh resolution, approaching traditional histological sections. In the context of prostate cancer diagnosis involving multiple biopsies, FFOCT could be used to validate the cores just after they are obtained in order to guide the number of biopsies to be performed. The aim of the study was to define and test a training ...
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    6. EU Funded Careioca Projet Lead to New High-Speed Ex-Vivo and Endoscopic Optical Imaging Systems for Real-Time Cancer Diagnosis Showing High Potential

      EU Funded Careioca Projet Lead to New High-Speed Ex-Vivo and Endoscopic Optical Imaging Systems for Real-Time Cancer Diagnosis Showing High Potential
      ... knowledge on several applications and fed the trust in the technology of future clinical users. About LLTech LLTech is a privately owned company founded in 2007. LLTech vision is to become the leader in real time, safe,...
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    7. Dynamic full field optical coherence tomography: subcellular metabolic contrast revealed in tissues by interferometric signals temporal analysis

      Dynamic full field optical coherence tomography: subcellular metabolic contrast revealed in tissues by interferometric signals temporal analysis
      We developed a new endogenous approach to reveal subcellular metabolic contrast in fresh ex vivo tissues taking advantage of the time dependence of the full field optical coherence tomography interferometric signals. This method reveals signals linked with local activity of the endogenous scattering elements which can reveal cells where other OCT-based techniques fail or need exogenous contrast agents. We benefit from the micrometric transverse resolution of full field OCT to ...
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    8. High-resolution handheld rigid endomicroscope based on full-field optical coherence tomography

      High-resolution handheld rigid endomicroscope based on full-field optical coherence tomography
      Full-field optical coherence tomography (FF-OCT) is a powerful tool for nondestructive assessment of biological tissue, i.e., for the structural examination of tissue in depth at a cellular resolution. Mostly known as a microscopy device for ex vivo analysis, FF-OCT has also been adapted to endoscopy setups since it shows good potential for in situ cancer diagnosis and biopsy guidance. Nevertheless, all the attempts to perform endoscopic FF-OCT imaging did ...
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    9. Optical tissue sectioning using full field optical coherence tomography

      Optical tissue sectioning using full field optical coherence tomography
      According to a first aspect, the invention relates to a multimodal optical sectioning microscope (200, 400, 600) for full-field imaging of a volumic and scattering sample comprising: --a full-field OCT system for providing an image of a first section in depth of the sample comprising an illumination sub-system (201, 401, 601) and a full-field imaging interferometer with a detection sub system (208, 408, 608) and an optical conjugation device for ...
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    10. Full-field optical coherence tomography system for imaging an object

      Full-field optical coherence tomography system for imaging an object
      The present invention relates to a full-field optical coherence tomography system (300) for imaging an object (319), comprising a light source (301), a first interferometric device having means for splitting an input light beam and comprising at least a reflecting surface (307), a second interferometric device having means for splitting the spectrally modulated output beam and comprising at least a reflecting surface, a multichannel acquisition device (321), the system (300 ...
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    11. Method and device for high resolution full field interference microscopy

      Method and device for high resolution full field interference microscopy
      The invention relates to an incoherent light full field interference microscopy device for the imaging of a volumetric scattering sample (106). The device comprises an interference device (100) between a reference wave (401), produced by reflection of an incident wave by a reflective surface (105) of a reference arm of the interference device, and an object wave (402) produced by backscattering of the incident wave by a slice of the ...
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    LLTech is a privately owned company founded in 2007. LLTech vision is to become the leader in real time, safe, non-destructive optical biopsies and cellular level tissue imaging for research and clinical applications (micro biopsies assessment, surgical margins…). Using the properties of white light and optics the Light-CT research scanner generates DICOM 3D high-resolution three-dimensional images of tissue microstructure, without introducing artifacts.

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    1. It is hard to access private capital in France for early stage startups without a proof-of-concept completed. Access to grants for LLTech directly or access for grants from 3rd parties that use LLTech equipment have been greatly beneficial for moving our vision of digital pathology forward. For the future it would be beneficial to reduce the amount of paper work and the long process.
      Bertrand de Poly in Optical Coherence Tomography Used $500M of Federally Funded Research Over The Past Decade: How was it Used, What was Accomplished, and What’s to Come?