5 December 1996 Data bank of optical properties of biological tissue and blood in the visible and near infrared spectral region
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Abstract
The data bank contains optical, ordinary biochemical and biophysical information on 120 venous blood samples of donors, healthy persons, patients with high pathology, 60 tissue samples. The optical parameters include diffuse reflection R((lambda) ) and transmission T((lambda) ) coefficients for optically thick layers, the absorption K((lambda) ) and extinction (epsilon) ((lambda) ) spectra, oxygenation degree CO2, parameter p determined by sizes and shapes of cells and their aggregates, refractive index of a disperse phase relative to surrounding media, and cooperative effects at high relative concentration. The peculiarities in absorption K((lambda) spectra are connected with different pathologies. It is shown from K((lambda) ) that the grade of pathology connected with the concentration of hemoglobin and mithohondrion together with oxygenation degree of blood and tissues, with the pathological hemoglobin's forms and its decomposition products of different levels. Parameter p is an important diagnostic parameter. We consider that it is necessary to include the oxygenation degree and erythrocyte's aggregation parameter to extend the range of common diagnostic parameters of blood by the first rota.
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Alphiya Ya. Khairullina, Alphiya Ya. Khairullina, Lilia Bui, Lilia Bui, Tatiana V. Oleinik, Tatiana V. Oleinik, Nelli Artishevsky, Nelli Artishevsky, Natalia Prigoun, Natalia Prigoun, Jakov Sevkovsky, Jakov Sevkovsky, Tatiana Mokhort, Tatiana Mokhort, } "Data bank of optical properties of biological tissue and blood in the visible and near infrared spectral region", Proc. SPIE 2923, Laser-Tissue Interaction and Tissue Optics II, (5 December 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.260725; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.260725
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