Imaging complex structures with diffuse light

  • Konecky S
  • Panasyuk G
  • Lee K
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We use diffuse optical tomography to quantitatively reconstruct images of complex phantoms with millimeter sized features located centimeters deep within a highly-scattering medium. A non-contact instrument was employed to collect large data sets consisting of greater than 107 source-detector pairs. Images were reconstructed using a fast image reconstruction algorithm based on an analytic solution to the inverse scattering problem for diffuse light. (C) 2008 Optical Society of America.

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  • S D Konecky

  • G Y Panasyuk

  • K Lee

  • V Markel

  • A G Yodh

  • J C Schotland

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