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Optical Tomography Reconstruction to Recover Small Oriented Inclusions from Optically-Thick Diffusive Media

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Abstract

Malignant breast lesions manifest in a variety of shapes and configurations. Here we propose an algorithm utilizing anisotropic-tumor-prior guided diffuse optical tomography (DOT) reconstructions to recover an unknown tumor’s orientation and shape anisotropy.

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