Rapid confocal imaging of large areas of excised tissue with strip mosaicing.

Abstract

Imaging large areas of tissue rapidly and with high resolution may enable rapid pathology at the bedside. The limited field of view of high-resolution microscopes requires the merging of multiple images that are taken sequentially to cover a large area. This merging or mosaicing of images requires long acquisition and processing times, and produces… (More)
DOI: 10.1117/1.3582335

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