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Nanofluorophore Assisted Fluorescence Image-guided Cancer Surgery
Med-Clin Res & Rev
The major challenge of the current cancer surgery is the inability to remove all existing tumor. Surgeons rely on presurgical imaging, intraoperative visualization/palpation, and experience to optimize tumor removal. In cases of uncertainty, biopsies are taken and sent to the pathology lab, and the surgical team will wait for the result, which may take thirty minutes or longer to return. Here we introduce an intraoperative image-guiding system of identifying tissues in cancer surgery: afatcat:tyogy2ap4vca7dtbodsycynicm