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Mcmahon Brian T, Sievert Chester E Jr, Wilson Scott R, Zimmermann Ronald R, Palme Robert A, Yager John G, Walsh David R: Optical biopsy system and methods for tissue diagnosis. Spectrascience, VIKSNINS Ann S, September 16, 1999: WO/1999/045838 (5 worldwide citation)

A system characterized tissue using fluorescence spectroscopy, such as light-induced fluorescence. Native fluorescence ('autofluorescence') from endogenous tissue without requiring fluorescence-enhancing agents is used to distinguish between normal tissue, hyperplastic tissue, adenomatous tissue, an ...


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Wilson Scott R, Sievert Chester E Jr, Mcmahon Brian T, Zimmermann Ronald R, Palme Robert A, Yager John G, Walsh David R: Optical biopsy system and methods for tissue diagnosis. Spectrascience, January 28, 2009: EP2018824-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A system characterized tissue using fluorescence spectroscopy, such as light-induced fluorescence. Native fluorescence ("autofluorescence") from endogenous tissue without requiring fluorescence-enhancing agents is used to distinguish between normal tissue, hyperplastic tissue, adenomatous tissue, an ...


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Mcmahon Brian T, Sievert Chester E Jr, Wilson Scott R, Zimmermann Ronald R, Palme Robert A, Yager John G, Walsh David R: Systeme de biopsie optique, Optical biopsy system and methods for tissue diagnosis. Spectrascience, Spectrascience, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, September 16, 1999: CA2322768 (1 worldwide citation)

A system characterized tissue using fluorescence spectroscopy, such as light-induced fluorescence. Native fluorescence ("autofluorescence") from endogenous tissue without requiring fluorescence-enhancing agents is used to distinguish between normal tissue, hyperplastic tissue, adenomatous tissue, an ...


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Mcmahon Brian T, Sievert Chester E Jr, Wilson Scott R, Zimmermann Ronald R, Palme Robert A, Yager John G, Walsh David R: Optical biopsy system for tissue diagnosis. Spectrascience, January 10, 2001: EP1065970-A1

A system characterized tissue using fluorescence spectroscopy, such as light-induced fluorescence. Native fluorescence ("autofluorescence") from endogenous tissue without requiring fluorescence-enhancing agents is used to distinguish between normal tissue, hyperplastic tissue, adenomatous tissue, an ...