Confocal Microscopy of Human Tissues in Vivo

Conventional histopathology for screening or diagnosing diseases and disorders is an invasive method that involves excising a small piece of tissue (biopsy), fixing, cutting into thin slices (sectioning), and staining with dyes.

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Confocal Microscopy of Human Tissues in Vivo

Conventional histopathology for screening or diagnosing diseases and disorders is an invasive method that involves excising a small piece of tissue (biopsy), fixing, cutting into thin slices (sectioning), and staining with dyes.

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