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2019

Susan G. Brouwer de Koning; Pim Weijtmans; M. Baris Karakullukcu; Caifeng Shan; Elisabeth J. M. Baltussen; Laura A. Smit; Robert L. P. van Veen; Benno H. W. Hendriks; Henricus J. C. M. Sterenborg; Theo J. M. Ruers

Toward assessment of resection margins using hyperspectral diffuse reflection imaging (400–1,700 nm) during tongue cancer surgery Journal Article

Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 0 (0), 2019.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: deep learning, Hyperspectral imaging, resection margin assessment, tissue recognition, tongue cancer

Toward assessment of resection margins using hyperspectral diffuse reflection imaging (400–1,700 nm) during tongue cancer surgery

Esther Kho; Lisanne L de Boer; Anouk L Post; Koen K Van de Vijver; Katarzyna Jóźwiak; Henricus J C M Sterenborg; Theo J M Ruers

Imaging depth variations in hyperspectral imaging: Development of a method to detect tumor up to the required tumor-free margin width Journal Article

Journal of Biophotonics, 0 (0), pp. e201900086, 2019.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: breast-conserving surgery, diffuse reflectance, hyperspectral imaging depth, penetration depth, resection margin assessment, resection margin width

Imaging depth variations in hyperspectral imaging: Development of a method to detect tumor up to the required tumor-free margin width

Kho E; de Boer LL; Van de Vijver K; van Duijnhoven F; Vrancken Peeters MTFD; Sterenborg HJCM; Ruers TJ

Hyperspectral imaging for resection margin assessment during cancer surgery Journal Article

Clinical Cancer Research, 2019.

Links | BibTeX | Tags: cancer, Hyperspectral imaging, resection margin assessment, surgery

Hyperspectral imaging for resection margin assessment during cancer surgery

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Susan G Brouwer de Koning; Pim Weijtmans; Baris M Karakullukcu; Caifeng Shan; Elisabeth J M Baltussen; Laura A Smit; Robert L P van Veen; Benno H W Hendriks; Henricus J C M Sterenborg; Theo J M Ruers

Toward assessment of resection margins using hyperspectral diffuse reflection imaging (400–1,700 nm) during tongue cancer surgery Journal Article

Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 0 (0), 0000.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: deep learning, Hyperspectral imaging, resection margin assessment, tissue recognition, tongue cancer