1. Oluyori K. Adegun

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    2. Scanning Methods And Apparatus

      Scanning Methods And Apparatus
      There is provided a method of identifying a region of interest in sample. The method comprises obtaining one or more optical coherence tomography (OCT) axial scans at one or more locations over the sample surface; for each axial scan, determining an integrated total of OCT intensity over the depth of the scan, and determining an attenuation depth into the sample at which a predetermined fraction of the integrated total is ...
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    3. Quantitative optical coherence tomography of fluid-filled oral mucosal lesions

      Quantitative optical coherence tomography of fluid-filled oral mucosal lesions
      The decision of selecting the most representative site for the biopsy of fluid-filled lesions can be difficult. This may be attributed to the poor delineation of the correct lesional site by clinical observation alone. In this study, optical coherence tomography is used to quantify the contrast between solid- and fluid-filled lesions by measuring the light intensity change at the tissuefluid interface (intensity drop). This parameter was measured from sequential axial ...
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    4. Scanning Methods And Apparatus

      Scanning Methods And Apparatus
      There is provided a method of identifying a region of interest in sample. The method comprises obtaining one or more optical coherence tomography (OCT) axial scans at one or more locations over the sample surface; for each axial scan, determining an integrated total of OCT intensity over the depth of the scan, and determining an attenuation depth into the sample at which a predetermined fraction of the integrated total is ...
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    5. Feature Of The Week 2/5/12: Queen Mary University of London Researchers Investigate Quantitative Analysis of OCT and Histopathology Images of Normal and Dysplastic Oral Mucosal Tissues

      Feature Of The Week 2/5/12: Queen Mary University of London Researchers Investigate Quantitative Analysis of OCT and Histopathology Images of Normal and Dysplastic Oral Mucosal Tissues
      Selecting the most representative site for biopsy is crucial in establishing a definitive diagnosis of oral epithelial dysplasia. The current process involves clinical examination that can be subjective and prone to sampling errors. The aim of this study was therefore to investigate the use of optical coherence tomography (OCT) for differentiation of normal and dysplastic oral epithelial samples, with a view to developing an objective and reproducible approach for biopsy ...
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  2. About Oluyori K. Adegun

    Oluyori K. Adegun

    Oluyori Adegun ( BDS, MSc, CILT, MFDS RCSEd, PhD) trained as a Dental surgeon, with a special interest in Biometrics in relation to Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology. His expertise is in the development of non-invasive imaging modalities to facilitate the selection of the most representative site for biopsy and the precision of therapeutic intervention in oral mucosal diseases. By correlating key morphological features to their optical properties, he has established robust parameters to objectively evaluate the presence and progression of oral mucosal lesions. He is employed by Barts Health NHS Trust and holds an honorary academic post at the Research Centre for Clinical and Diagnostic Oral Sciences, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London.