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14 October 2003 A Mueller polarimetric imaging system for biomedical applications
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We present a new polarimetric imaging system based on liquid crystal modulators, a spectrally filtered white light source and a CCD camera. The whole Mueller matrix image of the sample is measured in around 5 seconds in transmission mode. The instrument design, together with an original and easy-to-operate calibration procedure provides a high accuracy (better than 1.5% for the normalized Mueller matrix) over a wide spectral range. The data can be processed with different algorithms. Results on hepatic biopsies with different grades of fibrosis are presented.
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Blandine Laude, Antonello De Martino, Gilles Le Naour, Catherine Genestie, Andre Nazac, Steve Guyot, Bernard Clairac, Enric Garcia Caurel, Bernard Drevillon, and Laurent Schwartz "A Mueller polarimetric imaging system for biomedical applications", Proc. SPIE 5143, Novel Optical Instrumentation for Biomedical Applications, (14 October 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.500670
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