Abstract

We have extended quantitative spectroscopy from a single pixel, contact probe to a wide area, non-contact imaging system. Quantitative Spectroscopic Imaging is used to distinguish high grade from low grade dysplasia and non-dysplastic tissue.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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