Technology of computer chrome endoscopy in the diagnosis of papillary bladder tumors

Written by Martov A.G., Solomatnikov I.A., Baykov N.A.

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A large number of non-radical surgeries for cancer of the bladder are the basis for the search of new, more efficient technologies and imaging tumors surgical resection borders. A number of methods enable to obtain objective information on the tissue structure; however, they are not widespread. Another set of techniques can improve the visualization of tumors of the urinary system using filters. At the same time getting sharper images and better detection of suspicious areas is possible with the computer image processing. Our experience with this technique in 45 patients allowed at 18.9 % improving bladder cancer diagnosis in the stage of development of the method.

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A.G. Martov1–3, I.A. Solomatnikov1, 3, N.A. Baykov1, 3
1 57 City Clinical Hospital (32 11th Parkovaya St. Moscow 105077 Russian Federation),
2 Training Institute of the Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia (9 Volokolamskoe HW Moscow 125371 Russian Federation),
3 Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (2/1 Barrikadnaya St. Moscow 125993 Russian Federation)

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