Original paper

Real-Time Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Fluorescence Imaging Improves Survival after Debulking Surgery in an Ovarian Cancer Model

Volume: 13, Issue: 5, Pages: 5356 - 5365
Published: Apr 22, 2019
Abstract
Improved cytoreductive surgery for advanced stage ovarian cancer (OC) represents a critical challenge in the treatment of the disease. Optimal debulking reaching no evidence of macroscopic disease is the primary surgical end point with a demonstrated survival advantage. Targeted molecule-based fluorescence imaging offers complete tumor resection down to the microscopic scale. We used a custom-built reflectance/fluorescence imaging system with an...
Paper Details
Title
Real-Time Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Fluorescence Imaging Improves Survival after Debulking Surgery in an Ovarian Cancer Model
Published Date
Apr 22, 2019
Journal
Volume
13
Issue
5
Pages
5356 - 5365
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