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Phase-shifting holographic interferometry for breast cancer detection

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Abstract

Using a mild pressure stressing device and a pulsed ruby-laser system, we apply phase-shifted holographic interferometry to the detection of breast cancer. We compare a four-step algorithm and a Carré algorithm for their ability to evaluate the interferograms. The results show the feasibility of holographic interferometry in the detection of anomalies in the human female breast.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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