Resident, PhD-Student Simon Mylius Rasmussen Department of Oto-, Rhiono- and Laryngology, Hospital of Lillebaelt, Vejle
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Colour and Motion Magnification of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Surgery of the Head and Neck
The project investigates the use of ordinary video recordings to distinguish cancer tissur from healthy tissue.
The distinction of cancer tissue is often determined by what the eye can see. Sometimes cancer tissue is left after surgery because the tissue looked healthy. Special colour characteristics can be magnified from ordinary video recordings. It has been shown that such magnification can visualize blood perfusion in skin. Since cancer has a high level of vascularisatn it is proposed that videomagnification can help find the margins of cancer tissue.
Description of the cohort
Adults with squamous cell carcinoma in skin or mucosa and patients undergoing ear-nose-throat surgery.
Collaborating researchers and departments
Department of Oto-Rhino- and Laryngology, Hospital of Lillebaelt
Clinical Associate Professor, PhD, MHM Lars Peter Schousboe
Department of Clinical Pathology, Hospital of Lillebaelt
Clinical Associate Professor, PhD Henrik Hager
Aarhus University School of Engineering-Electronics
Assistant Professor, Postdoc. Thomas Nielsen
Department of Organ and Plastic Surgery, Hospital of Lillebaelt