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    2. Screening cervical and oesophageal tissues using optical coherence tomography

      Screening cervical and oesophageal tissues using optical coherence tomography
      Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a technique that allows imaging tissue in three spatial dimensions. Such a technique makes it possible to examine the subsurface of the tissue. The depth of penetration into the tissue can be tailored by tuning the wavelength of the light source. While in some cases it is desirable to obtain deep penetration of the sample, when scanning for cancerous changes, it may only be necessary ...
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    3. Optical coherence tomography: A potential tool for unsupervised prediction of treatment response for Port-Wine Stains

      Background: Treatment of Port-Wine Stains (PWS) suffers from the absence of a reliable real-time tool for monitoring a clinical endpoint. Response to treatment varies substantially according to blood vessel geometry. Even though optical coherence tomography (OCT) has been identified as a modality with potential to suit this need, it has not been introduced as a standard clinical monitoring tool. One reason could be that – although OCT acquires data in real-time ...
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  2. About Nick Stone

    Nick Stone

    Nicholas Stone is head of Biophotonics Research Unit, Consultant Clinical Scientist and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer Cranfield Health at Gloucestershire Hospitals in the UK.