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Handheld near infra red imaging device for hemorrhage detection.

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Abstract

We present a Near-infra red handheld device for imaging subsurface hemorrhage such as hematomas. The device uses novel motion-based measurement techniques to detect inclusions in real-time. We present phantom studies to demonstrate the technique.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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