Clinical application of optical coherence tomography for the imaging of non–melanocytic cutaneous tumors: a pilot multi–modal study

CONTEXT Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an emergent imaging technique, based on the interference of infrared radiation and living tissues, that allows the in vivo visualization of the skin structures, at high resolution and up to 1.6 mm depth. As such, there is mounting evidence that OCT may be an interesting technique for the diagnosis of skin… CONTINUE READING