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Validation of Hemoglobin Concentration Imaging of Breast Tumors Through Comparison with Pathological Assessment

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Abstract

Pathologically determined percentage vessel density measurement is used to compare with the percent blood volume, in order to estimate the validity of local hemoglobin concentrations reconstructed by near-infrared tomography of human breast cancer tumors.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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