Abstract

Endoscopic laser surgery provides minimally invasive, non-contact, highly specific tissue resection. Colonoscopic tumoral tissue removal by optical sources is analysed by a predictive approach, as an alternative to conventional surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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