Mireille Rosenberg

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Here we introduce tethered capsule endomicroscopy, which involves swallowing an optomechanically engineered pill that captures cross-sectional microscopic images of the gut wall at 30 μm (lateral) × 7 μm (axial) resolution as it travels through the digestive tract. Results in human subjects show that this technique rapidly provides three-dimensional,(More)
With traditional techniques, reconstruction of the anterior tongue is often less than satisfactory. The difficulty lies mainly in providing the tongue with the appropriate amount of bulk essential for normal movement and function. We present an alternative method that involves raising a flap from the ipsilateral middle third of the tongue and rotating it(More)
Intracoronary optical frequency domain imaging (OFDI) provides high resolution, three-dimensional views of coronary artery microstructure, but requires a non-occlusive saline/contrast purge to displace blood for clear artery views. Recent studies utilized manual pullback initiation/termination based on real-time image observation. Automated pullback(More)
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