1 March 2010 Skin biomedical optical imaging system using dual-wavelength polarimetric control with liquid crystals
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Spectropolarimetric skin imaging is becoming an attractive technique for early detection of skin cancer. Using two liquid crystal retarders in combination with a dual-band passive spectral filter and two linear polarizers, we demonstrate the spectral and polarimetric imaging of skin tissue in the near infrared. Based on this concept, a compact prototype module has been built and is being used for clinical evaluation.
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Avner Safrani, Avner Safrani, Ofir Aharon, Ofir Aharon, Shahar Mor, Shahar Mor, Ofer Arnon, Ofer Arnon, Lior Rosenberg, Lior Rosenberg, Ibrahim S. Abdulhalim, Ibrahim S. Abdulhalim, } "Skin biomedical optical imaging system using dual-wavelength polarimetric control with liquid crystals," Journal of Biomedical Optics 15(2), 026024 (1 March 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3394338 . Submission:
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