Photoacoustic ultrasound (PAUS) - Reconstruction tomography

  • Kruger R
  • Liu P
  • Fang Y
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The theoretical underpinnings of photoacoustic ultrasound (PAUS) reconstruction tomography are presented. A formal relationship between PAUS signals and the heterogeneous distribution of optical absorption within the object being investigated is developed. Based on this theory, a reconstruction approach, analogous to that used in x-ray computed tomograpy, is suggested. Initial experimental results suggest that this approach produces "resonable" reconstructions for absorbers distributed within a narrow plane embedded within a highly scattering medium.

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  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • photoacoustic ultrasound
  • photoacoustics
  • reconstruction tomography
  • ultrasound

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  • Robert A Kruger

  • Pingyu Liu

  • Yuncai Richard Fang

  • C Robert Appledorn

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