Comparison of laser speckle and laser Doppler perfusion imaging: Measurement in human skin and rabbit articular tissue

@article{Forrester2002ComparisonOL,
  title={Comparison of laser speckle and laser Doppler perfusion imaging: Measurement in human skin and rabbit articular tissue},
  author={Dr K.R. Forrester and Cody Stewart and John Tulip and Catherine Leonard and Robert C. Bray},
  journal={Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={687-697}
}
Laser Doppler perfusion imaging (LDI) is currently used in a variety of clinical applications, however, LDI instruments produce images of low resolution and have long scan times. A new optical perfusion imager using a laser speckle measurement technique and its use for in vivo blood flow measurements are described. Measurements of human skin and surgically exposed rabbit tissue made using this instrument were compared with a commercial laser Doppler perfusion imaging instrument. Results from… CONTINUE READING

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