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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 9315

Design and Quality for Biomedical Technologies VIII
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Volume Number: 9315
Date Published: 9 April 2015
Softcover: 21 papers (182) pages
ISBN: 9781628414059

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Front Matter: Volume 9315
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Design and phantom-based validation of a bimodal ultrasound-photoacoustic imaging system for spectral detection of optical biomarkers
Author(s): William C. Vogt; Congxian Jia; Keith A. Wear; Brian S. Garra; Joshua Pfefer
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Oximetry system performance assessment with POM (acetal) phantoms incorporating hemoglobin calibration standards and customized saturation levels
Author(s): Hyounguk Jang; Karam Singh; Hsing-Wen Wang; T. Joshua Pfefer; Yu Chen
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Standardizing flow cytometric assays in long-term population-based studies
Author(s): Susanne Melzer; Jozsef Bocsi; Attila Tárnok
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Shack-Hartmann sensor based optical quality testing of whole slide imaging systems for digital pathology
Author(s): S. Mojtaba Shakeri; Bas Hulsken; Lucas J. van Vliet; Sjoerd Stallinga
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A dynamic opto-physiological model to effectively interpret retinal microvascular circulation
Author(s): Harnani Hassan; Sijung Hu; Vincent M. Dwyer
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Standardized cell samples for midIR technology development
Author(s): Lena Kastl; Christina E. Rommel; Björn Kemper; Jürgen Schnekenburger
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Calibration of NIRS-measured hemodynamics with best-matched hemoglobin extinction coefficients and group statics on human-blood-model data
Author(s): Ting Li; Yue Zhao; Yunlong Sun; Kai Li; Wenjie Li; Chi Zhang; Junpeng Liu
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Bridging the gap in colonoscopy with optical and engineering solutions
Author(s): Bhaskar Banerjee
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Multifocal confocal spectral microscope
Author(s): Shaun Pacheco; Rongguang Liang
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Application of maximum-likelihood estimation in optical coherence tomography for nanometer-class thickness estimation
Author(s): Jinxin Huang; Qun Yuan; Patrice Tankam; Eric Clarkson; Matthew Kupinski; Holly B. Hindman; James V. Aquavella; Jannick P. Rolland
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Effective duty cycle of galvanometer-based scanners: impact on OCT imaging
Author(s): Virgil-Florin Duma; Patrice Tankam; Jinxin Huang; Jungeun Won; Jannick P. Rolland
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Optimization of whispering gallery mode sensor design for applications in biosensing
Author(s): Tess Reynolds; A. François; Matthew R. Henderson; S. J. Nicholls; T. M. Monro
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Optimal selection of cut-on wavelength in soliton self-frequency shift for nonlinear optical microscopy
Author(s): Ke Wang; Yuxin Wang; Ping Qiu
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A new engineering approach to reveal correlation of physiological change and spontaneous expression from video images
Author(s): Fenglei Yang; Sijung Hu; Xiaoyun Ma; Harnani Hassan; Dongqing Wei
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From astronomy and telecommunications to biomedicine
Author(s): Bradford B. Behr; Scott A. Baker; Yusuf Bismilla; Andrew T. Cenko; Brandon DesRoches; Arsen R. Hajian; Jeffrey T. Meade; Arthur Nitkowski; Kyle J. Preston; Bradley S. Schmidt; Nicolás Sherwood-Droz; Jared Slaa
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Enhancement of absorption and resistance of motion utilizing a multi-channel opto-electronic sensor to effectively monitor physiological signs during sport exercise
Author(s): Abdullah Alzahrani; Sijung Hu; Vicente Azorin-Peris; Laura Barrett; Dale Esliger; Matthew Hayes; Shafique Akbare; Jérôme Achart; Sylvain Kuoch
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Separation of Čerenkov radiation in irradiated optical fibers by optical spectroscopy
Author(s): Arash Darafsheh; Rongxiao Zhang; Stephen C. Kanick; Brian W. Pogue; Jarod C. Finlay
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Evaluation of the optical interference in a combined measurement system used for assessment of tissue blood flow
Author(s): Zahra Abdollahi; Panayiotis A. Kyriacou; Justin P. Phillips
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A simple analysis of extinction spectra of cancerous and normal prostate tissues in near infrared range using a size discrete particle distribution and Mie scattering model
Author(s): Kenneth J. Zhou; Jun Chen
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Validity of blood flow measurement using 320 multi-detectors CT and first-pass distribution theory: a phantom study
Author(s): Jun Chen; Xuefang Yu; Shaopeng Xu; Kenneth J. Zhou
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A relative quantitative assessment of myocardial perfusion by first-pass technique: animal study
Author(s): Jun Chen; Zhang Zhang; Xuefang Yu; Kenneth J. Zhou
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