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Imaging-aided Temperature Measurements with a Single Optical Fiber for in-vivo Sensing Applications

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Abstract

We present a combined imaging and physical sensing probe based on optical coherence tomography and up-conversion fluorescence respectively, integrated into a single optical fiber enabling precise locating of the probe for in-vivo sensing applications

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