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In Vivo Breast Cancer Characterization and Therapy Monitoring using Diffuse Optical Methods based on Endogenous Optical/Exogenous Fluorescence Contrast

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Abstract

Characterization of tumor-to-normal endogenous optical contrast from 3D diffuse optical tomography, neoadjuvant chemotherapy monitoring with additional blood flow information, and 3D fluorescence DOT with exogenous contrast agent injection are presented.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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