28 July 2014 Interlaced photoacoustic and ultrasound imaging system with real-time coregistration for ovarian tissue characterization
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Abstract
Coregistered ultrasound (US) and photoacoustic imaging are emerging techniques for mapping the echogenic anatomical structure of tissue and its corresponding optical absorption. We report a 128-channel imaging system with real-time coregistration of the two modalities, which provides up to 15 coregistered frames per second limited by the laser pulse repetition rate. In addition, the system integrates a compact transvaginal imaging probe with a custom-designed fiber optic assembly for
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Umar S. Alqasemi, Hai Li, Guangqian Yuan, Patrick D. Kumavor, Saeid Zanganeh, Quing Zhu, "Interlaced photoacoustic and ultrasound imaging system with real-time coregistration for ovarian tissue characterization," Journal of Biomedical Optics 19(7), 076020 (28 July 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JBO.19.7.076020 . Submission:
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