Abstract

Fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIm) is used intraoperatively as a label-free imaging technique to assess brain tumor margins of ten glioma patients. Collection of micro-biopsies at the imaging site allows direct co-registration with histopathological diagnosis.

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