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Clinical applications of frequency-domain optical mammography
Photon Propagation in Tissues IV
We present clinical results obtained with a frequency-domain (70 MHz), four-wavelength (690, 750, 788, 856 nm) prototype for optical mammography. The two-dimensional projection images are taken on the slightly compressed breast in craniocaudal and oblique projections, similar to what is done in x-ray mammography. The amplitude and phase images are combined to enhance the contrast and the tumor detectability by reducing the edge effects caused by the breast thickness variations within thedoi:10.1117/12.334368 fatcat:unspkniarfa6bdgx3c5vxuqlia