Fluorescence photography as a diagnostic method for oral cancer.

Abstract

This study was carried out to evaluate the diagnostic utility of autofluorescence photography for oral mucosal lesions. The materials consisted of 15 chemically-induced lesions containing carcinomas in 15 hamsters, and 32 oral lesions in 30 patients. In the animal models, orange fluorescence was detected in all squamous cell carcinomas invading the muscle… (More)

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