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Optical Tomography and Spectroscopy of Tissue V
Near Infrared (NIR) tomography has the potential for characterization of different tissue types based upon cellular and vascular alternations that are optically apparent. This is especially useful for characterizing cancerous regions within normal tissue due to the high available contrast. Reconstructed images from NIR light propagation measurements through the female breast hold promise of providing clinically useful information about the pathophysiologic change of the tissue. We havedoi:10.1117/12.476807 fatcat:zimaqrlma5gudcdsbgmpiby2n4