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Monte Carlo Simulation Of Spatially Resolved Stead-State Diffuse Reflectance In Intralumenal Geometry

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Monte Carlo simulations were used to investigate the steady-state diffuse reflectance from tissue in an intralumenal geometry. The simulation results were compared to Monte Carlo data for flat surface semi-infinite geometries. A significant divergence from flat geometry reflectance was found for intralumenal geometry due to surface curvature and multiple reflections.

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