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Photoacoustic Tomography: Deep Tissue Imaging by Ultrasonically Beating Optical Diffusion
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Photoacoustic tomography has been developed for in vivo functional, metabolic, molecular, and histologic imaging by physically combining optical and ultrasonic waves. Broad applications include early-cancer detection and brain imaging. Highresolution optical imaging-such as confocal microscopy, two-photon microscopy, and optical coherence tomography-is limited to superficial imaging within the optical diffusion limit (~1 mm in the skin) of the surface of scattering tissue. By synergisticallydoi:10.1007/978-981-13-7908-6_1 fatcat:dfnsunq4ebbxfdd3gkflljaqai