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Diagnosis of Skin Tumors During Mohs Micrographic Surgery

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Author: Dr. Ioan Notingher
Friday, August 08, 2014
Andor Technology Ltd., Corporate Headquarters

Automated imaging and objective diagnosis of excised tissue specimens during cancer surgery is a promising approach for increasing the efficiency of the most advanced surgical procedure. Firstly, this quantitative approach can increase the efficacy of surgery by eliminating the errors related to the subjective inter-observer evaluation of histopathological sections. Secondly, the multimodal spectral histopathology can be applied to tissue sections as well as tissue block, thus eliminating the timeconsuming procedures required for preparation of frozen sections required for histopathology.

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