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Optical tomography of the breast using a 32-channel time-resolved imager

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Studies on volunteers are being performed to assess three-dimensional time-resolved optical tomography as a means of detecting and specifying breast disease. The dual-wavelength instrument is employed to generate images of the tissue optical properties.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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