Over the years, inelastic light scattering from acoustic waves has grown to be increasingly important remote imaging and sensing. This type of scattering, known as Brillouin scattering, has already seen a plethora of applications in physics and engineering. However, the potential for Brillouin scattering for medical imaging and diagnostics has only recently been considered. In this presentation, I summarize most of the recent advancements in instrumentation and outline some of the most exciting potential applications.
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