DOI: 10.18314/cogo.v4i1.2096
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Abstract: We are the first to present results from a pilot clinical study designed for the purpose of establishing spectral mapping patterns, as a potential novel imaging assay for identifying and discriminating between functional and nonfunctional endometrial polyps in vivo. The Spectral Artificial Vision Endoscope (SAVE) was used and validated in this study. The SAVE system, adapted to a regular hysteroscope, was able to operate in several  imaging modes, including color imaging, infrared imaging, narrow band imaging … Show more

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