fiber-optic imaging

fiber-optic imaging

[¦fī·bər ¦äp·tik ′im·əj·iŋ]
(optics)
The formation of optical images by transmission through precisely aligned bundles of optical fibers; each fiber transmits one element of the image.
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and Chinese patients undergoing examination for potentially malignant squamous cell tumors explored whether the high-resolution fiber-optic imaging system could reduce the need for unnecessary biopsies when used in combination with a conventional endoscope--the worldwide standard of care for esophageal cancer diagnoses.
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