Multimodal hyperspectral imaging for the noninvasive diagnosis of cervical neoplasia.

@article{Ferris2001MultimodalHI,
  title={Multimodal hyperspectral imaging for the noninvasive diagnosis of cervical neoplasia.},
  author={Daron G. Ferris and R A Lawhead and Eileen D Dickman and N Holtzapple and Jill A Miller and Suzanne Grogan and Shabbir Bambot and Anu Agrawal and Mark L. Faupel},
  journal={Journal of lower genital tract disease},
  year={2001},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={65-72}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine the ability of Multimodal Hyperspectral Imaging (MHI) to noninvasively detect, localize and diagnose cervical neoplasia. MATERIALS AND METHODS The cervical epithelium was interrogated by MHI using tissue fluorescence and reflectance measurements after the probe was placed on the ectocervix. A Papanicolaou smear was taken, and a colposcopic examination was performed and cervical histologic specimens were collected, when indicated. MHI and Pap smear sensitivity and… CONTINUE READING

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