In vivo cross-sectional imaging of the phonating larynx using long-range Doppler optical coherence tomography

@inproceedings{Coughlan2016InVC,
  title={In vivo cross-sectional imaging of the phonating larynx using long-range Doppler optical coherence tomography},
  author={Carolyn A. Coughlan and Li-dek Chou and Joseph C. Jing and Jason Jen-Yen Chen and Swathi Rangarajan and Theodore H. Chang and Giriraj K Sharma and Kyoungrai Cho and Donghoon Lee and Julie Anne Goddard and Zhongping Chen and Brian J. F. Wong},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Diagnosis and treatment of vocal fold lesions has been a long-evolving science for the otolaryngologist. Contemporary practice requires biopsy of a glottal lesion in the operating room under general anesthesia for diagnosis. Current in-office technology is limited to visualizing the surface of the vocal folds with fiber-optic or rigid endoscopy and using stroboscopic or high-speed video to infer information about submucosal processes. Previous efforts using optical coherence tomography (OCT… CONTINUE READING
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