Optical coherence tomography enables imaging of tissue pathology in situ and in real time. Using ultrashort pulse lasers, ultrahigh resolutions of ~1 µm as well as spectroscopic imaging are possible. We review OCT technology and clinical applications including cancer diagnosis and surgical guidance.

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