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24 June 2019 In vivo skin surface study by scattered ellipsometry method
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Currently, optical methods for diagnosing skin are becoming more common and are widely used in medicine. The spread of optical methods is explained by the safety of the application and the ability to non-invasively obtain a number of parameters in real time. The use of optical radiation allows to obtain information about the structure and composition of the skin, to study the processes occurring in biotissue without adverse effects. The use of optical radiation in accordance with the diagnostic windows of the transmission of the skin allows you to explore deep-lying structures. Despite the proliferation of optical methods for diagnosing the skin, a dermatologist is not always able to correctly assess the state of the neoplasm. This is due to the lack of extensive practical experience with neoplasms, insufficient information content of the research method, complexity of neoplasm classification. The development of optical diagnostic methods will allow a person to be protected from the development of malignant pathologies. In order to improve the quality of diagnosis of skin pathologies for safe human life, the development of a test bench for the study of the surface layers of the skin is relevant.
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Anastasiia B. Bulykina, Victoria A. Ryzhova, and Valery V. Korotaev "In vivo skin surface study by scattered ellipsometry method", Proc. SPIE 11060, Optical Methods for Inspection, Characterization, and Imaging of Biomaterials IV, 110601F (24 June 2019);

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