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Analysis of Vasoactive Optical Imaging of Breast Cancer

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We describe analysis of data acquired with near infrared transillumination imaging of breast cancer during inhalation of vasoactive gases. Detailed contrast signatures are obtained from multiwavelength cw image sets versus time.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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