Theoretical examinations of optical tomography through scattering medium
Zhang, Fan (2015) Theoretical examinations of optical tomography through scattering medium. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Optical tomography is considered to be a non-invasive and non-ionising technique that can create a digital volumetric model of an object by reconstructing 3D images made from light transmitted and scattered through the object. It is becoming of increasing importance in the area of tissue engineering and biomedical diagnostics. The main limit of pure optical techniques is the heavy scattering of tissue, which causes a poor imaging resolution.
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