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Fluorescence Imaging Technology

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Fluorescence Imaging TechnologyNIR/ICG Fluorescence Imaging technology from KARL STORZ Endoscopy America Inc. is an FDA-cleared ICG technology for endoscopic neurosurgery in a 4-mm format.

The NIR/ICG Imaging System assists surgeons in making critical decisions that may reduce the occurrence of costly complications. The system enables live visualization of structural landmarks beneath the tissue surface, with no latency, using NIR imaging to detect indocyanine green (ICG), an optical imaging agent administered to the patient during the procedure.

Neurosurgeons can benefit from enhanced visualization of patient anatomy using NIR imaging to detect ICG distribution in tissue. This enables intraoperative evaluation of tissue perfusion and vascularization, identification of critical neurovascular structures, and differentiation of tissue planes between lesions and adjacent structures.

Jan 2019

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