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In JoVE (1)
- متعدد الأطياف في الوقت الحقيقي التصوير الإسفار عن الكشف عن جراحة داخلية من الحارس العقدة الليمفاوية في امراض النساء والاورام
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Articles by Niels J. Harlaar in JoVE
متعدد الأطياف في الوقت الحقيقي التصوير الإسفار عن الكشف عن جراحة داخلية من الحارس العقدة الليمفاوية في امراض النساء والاورام
Lucia M.A. Crane1, George Themelis2, K. Tim Buddingh1, Niels J. Harlaar1, Rick G. Pleijhuis1, Athanasios Sarantopoulos2, Ate G.J. van der Zee3, Vasilis Ntziachristos2, Gooitzen M. van Dam1
1Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology, University Medical Center Groningen, 2Helmholtz Zentrum, Technical University Munich, 3Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University Medical Center Groningen
مضان التصوير وسيلة واعدة لإجراء عملية جراحية مبتكرة ، تسترشد في صورة جراحة الأورام. في هذا الفيديو وصفنا الداخلي والتقنية للكشف عن الحارس العقدة الليمفاوية باستخدام التصوير مضان كما عرضت في oncologicy الجهاز التناسلي للمرأة. ونظام الكاميرا متعددة الأطياف مضان ، جنبا إلى جنب مع وكيل الفلورسنت خضرة الإندوسيانين ، يتم تطبيقها.
Other articles by Niels J. Harlaar on PubMed
Intraoperative Multispectral Fluorescence Imaging for the Detection of the Sentinel Lymph Node in Cervical Cancer: a Novel Concept
Molecular Imaging and Biology : MIB : the Official Publication of the Academy of Molecular Imaging. Oct, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 20835767
Real-time intraoperative near-infrared fluorescence (NIRF) imaging is a promising technique for lymphatic mapping and sentinel lymph node (SLN) detection. The purpose of this technical feasibility pilot study was to evaluate the applicability of NIRF imaging with indocyanin green (ICG) for the detection of the SLN in cervical cancer.
Multispectral Optoacoustic Tomography of Matrix Metalloproteinase Activity in Vulnerable Human Carotid Plaques
Molecular Imaging and Biology : MIB : the Official Publication of the Academy of Molecular Imaging. Jul, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21720908
AIMS: Elevated expression of cathepsins, integrins and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) is typically associated with atherosclerotic plaque instability. While fluorescent tagging of such molecules has been amply demonstrated, no imaging method was so far shown capable of resolving these inflammation-associated tags with high fidelity and resolution beyond microscopic depths. This study is aimed at demonstrating a new method with high potential for noninvasive clinical cardiovascular diagnostics of vulnerable plaques using high-resolution deep-tissue multispectral optoacoustic tomography (MSOT) technology. METHODS AND RESULTS: MMP-sensitive activatable fluorescent probe (MMPSense™ 680) was applied to human carotid plaques from symptomatic patients. Atherosclerotic activity was detected by tuning MSOT wavelengths to activation-dependent absorption changes of the molecules, structurally modified in the presence of enzymes. MSOT analysis simultaneously provided morphology along with heterogeneous MMP activity with better than 200 micron resolution throughout the intact plaque tissue. The results corresponded well with epi-fluorescence images made from thin cryosections. Elevated MMP activity was further confirmed by in situ zymography, accompanied by increased macrophage influx. CONCLUSIONS: We demonstrated, for the first time to our knowledge, the ability of MSOT to provide volumetric images of activatable molecular probe distribution deep within optically diffuse tissues. High-resolution mapping of MMP activity was achieved deep in the vulnerable plaque of intact human carotid specimens. This performance directly relates to pre-clinical screening applications in animal models and to clinical decision potential as it might eventually allow for highly specific visualization and staging of plaque vulnerability thus impacting therapeutic clinical decision making.
Enhancing Surgical Vision by Using Real-time Imaging of αvβ3-integrin Targeted Near-infrared Fluorescent Agent
Annals of Surgical Oncology. Nov, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21509632
This study was designed to improve the surgical procedure and outcome of cancer surgery by means of real-time molecular imaging feedback of tumor spread and margin delineation using targeted near-infrared fluorescent probes with specificity to tumor biomarkers. Surgical excision of cancer often is confronted with difficulties in the identification of cancer spread and the accurate delineation of tumor margins. Currently, the assessment of tumor borders is afforded by postoperative pathology or, less reliably, intraoperative frozen sectioning. Fluorescence imaging is a natural modality for intraoperative use by directly relating to the surgeon's vision and offers highly attractive characteristics, such as high-resolution, sensitivity, and portability. Via the use of targeted probes it also becomes highly tumor-specific and can lead to significant improvements in surgical procedures and outcome.
Intraoperative Tumor-specific Fluorescence Imaging in Ovarian Cancer by Folate Receptor-α Targeting: First In-human Results
Nature Medicine. Oct, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21926976
The prognosis in advanced-stage ovarian cancer remains poor. Tumor-specific intraoperative fluorescence imaging may improve staging and debulking efforts in cytoreductive surgery and thereby improve prognosis. The overexpression of folate receptor-α (FR-α) in 90-95% of epithelial ovarian cancers prompted the investigation of intraoperative tumor-specific fluorescence imaging in ovarian cancer surgery using an FR-α-targeted fluorescent agent. In patients with ovarian cancer, intraoperative tumor-specific fluorescence imaging with an FR-α-targeted fluorescent agent showcased the potential applications in patients with ovarian cancer for improved intraoperative staging and more radical cytoreductive surgery.