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22 May 2013 Metamaterial-based sensor for skin disease diagnostics
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Skin absorption properties, under diseases conditions, are modified due to the structural variations of chromophores and pigments. The measurement of such different absorptions can be a useful tool for the recognition of different skin diseases. In this study the design of a multi-resonant metamaterial-based sensor operating in the optical frequency range is presented. The sensor has been designed, in order to have multiple specific resonant frequencies, tuned to the skin components spectral characteristics. A change in the frequency amplitude of the sensor response is related to the different absorption rate of skin chromophores and pigments. A new analytical model, describing the multi-resonant sensor behaviour, is developed. Good agreement among analytical and numerical results was achieved. Full-wave simulations have validated the capability of the proposed sensor to identify different skin diseases.
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L. La Spada, R. Iovine, R. Tarparelli, and L. Vegni "Metamaterial-based sensor for skin disease diagnostics", Proc. SPIE 8767, Integrated Photonics: Materials, Devices, and Applications II, 87670T (22 May 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2017561
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