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Review of Neurosurgical Fluorescence Imaging Systems for Clinical Application
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Review of Neurosurgical Fluorescence Imaging Systems for Clinical Application
Kim, Hong Rae; Lee, Hyun Min; Yoo, Heon; Lee, Seung Hoon; Kim, Kwang Gi;
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 Abstract
A number of fluorescence imaging techniques for use in the surgical removal of glioma have been developed over the course of the long history of neurosurgery. Various biomarkers, biochemical agents, and detection systems for glioma have also been developed. This review focuses on 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA), which is used to detect glioma. Numerous forms of fluorescence-guided surgery use 5-ALA, which is helpful to the surgeon. The surgical microscope system is the observational method generally used with 5-ALA, while the loupe, endoscope, and exoscope are simpler alternatives. A system is needed for minimal resection and other issues that arise during neurosurgery. Such an enhanced system should be able to detect low-grade tumors and provide information on microinvasive diseases, resulting in an improved survival rate and better surgical skills. Development of systems that fulfill certain needs would help protect the brain function of the patient and broaden the use of such systems in neurosurgery.
 Keywords
Fluorescence;Microscope;Neuroendoscopy;Exoscope;Spectroscopy;
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English
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