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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 10049 • new

Molecular-Guided Surgery: Molecules, Devices, and Applications III
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Volume Number: 10049
Date Published: 28 April 2017
Softcover: 10 papers (82) pages
ISBN: 9781510605398

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Front Matter: Volume 10049
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Setup for testing cameras for image guided surgery using a controlled NIR fluorescence mimicking light source and tissue phantom
Author(s): Giota Georgiou; Rudolf M. Verdaasdonk; Albert van der Veen; John H. Klaessens
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Augmented reality with Microsoft HoloLens holograms for near infrared fluorescence based image guided surgery
Author(s): Nan Cui; Pradosh Kharel; Viktor Gruev
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Open-air multispectral fluorescence-guided surgery platform for intraoperative detection of malignant tissue under ambient lighting conditions
Author(s): Ali Behrooz; Kristine O. Vasquez; Peter Waterman; Jeff Meganck; Jeffrey D. Peterson; Peter Miller; Joshua Kempner
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Intraoperative visualization of plasmon resonant liposomes using augmented microscopy
Author(s): Jeffrey R. Watson; Summer Garland; Marek Romanowski
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Overview of FDA approval paths optical surgical navigation
Author(s): Paula M. Jacobs
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Image guided surgery using near-infrared fluorescence: road to clinical translation of novel probes for real time tumor visualization
Author(s): Charlotte E. S. Hoogstins; Henricus J. M. Handgraaf; Leonora S. F. Boogerd; Jacobus Burggraaf; Alexander L. Vahrmeijer
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Discovery of luminescence of water during radiation irradiation and application for medical physics
Author(s): Seiichi Yamamoto
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Cherenkov-excited luminescence sheet imaging (CELSI) tomographic reconstruction
Author(s): Jinchao Feng; Petr Bruza; Hamid Dehghani; Scott C. Davis; Brian W. Pogue
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A tale of two photons: radioluminescence and its application in molecular imaging
Author(s): Guillem Pratx
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A laparoscopic applicator probe for real-time en-face mapping of near-surface optical sources of heterogeneity over a 1cm instrument-tip-size field-of-view
Author(s): Daqing Piao; Kenneth E. Bartels; G. Reed Holyoak; Sanjay Patel
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