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Three-dimensional miniature endoscopy

Nature volume 443, page 765 (19 October 2006) | Download Citation

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A single optical fibre acts as a flexible probe to transmit a superior image of an internal landscape.

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    • D. Yelin
    • , I. Rizvi
    • , W. M. White
    • , J. T. Motz
    • , T. Hasan
    • , B. E. Bouma
    •  & G. J. Tearney

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