Abstract

Quantitative diffuse optical spectroscopic (DOS) measurements of healthy and diseased breast were correlated with high-resolution contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance images (MRI). The results show DOS-derived physiological information is complementary to anatomic information provided by MRI.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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