In the context of tissue imaging for cancer diagnosis, LLTech anticipates the following benefits:
the full-field OCT technology employed by the Biopsy Scanner is the sole technique to offer axial resolution (i.e. in the vertical, z-axis) of 1 µm, which gives the best image clarity and precision.
(rapidity of diagnosis): the technology currently enables image capture on a 1 cm² region of tissue in 1 minute, thereby enabling immediate quality control of biopsies.
in the event of complex biopsies that require hospitalization and/or anesthesia.
that allows reuse of the biopsy: no need for dyes, contrast agents or tissue freezing.
Analysis can be carried out remotely
LLTech products can be employed directly. No calibration or complex set-up procedure is necessary. User training is completed in under half a day.
|Dimensions||310 x 360 x 700 mm|
|Main input voltage, frequency and current||100 to 240 V ~AC, 50 to 60 Hz, 3A|
|Compliance to international standards||OC IEC 61010-1|
OC IEC 61326-1
CE – Research Use Only
|Axial resolution||1 µm|
|Transverse resolution||1.5 µm|
|Field of view||1.3 mm x 1.3 mm|
|Maximum Field of view (with mosaicing)||25 mm diameter|
|Maximum sample size||27 mm diameter x 5 mm height|
|Penetration depth||200 µm to 1 mm|
|Frame rate||75 Hz|
|Snapshot camera resolution|
(widefield sample image)
|Image formats||DICOM; export JPG, TIFF, PNG|
|Included in package||Biopsy Scanner unit|
Acquisition and viewing software
The acquisition software was developed in collaboration with Ecole CentraleSupélec.
Intended Use Statement: The Light-CT Scanner is intended to acquire, store, retrieve, display, and transfer optical coherence tomography images of unsectioned excised surgical tissue for review by physicians to assist in forming a clinical judgment. The Light-CT Scanner is not intended as a primary means of diagnosis. The Light-CT Scanner is certified for research use only.