Computational model of OCT in lung tissue

@inproceedings{Reed2010ComputationalMO,
  title={Computational model of OCT in lung tissue},
  author={David C. Reed and Charles A. DiMarzio},
  booktitle={BiOS},
  year={2010}
}
Lung research may have significant impact on human health. As two examples, recovery from collapse of the alveoli and the severe post surgery declines in forced vital capacity in patients under the effects of anesthesia are both poorly understood. Optical imaging is important to lung research for its inherently high resolution. Microscopy and color imaging are fundamentals of medicine, but interior lung tissue is usually viewed either endoscopically or ex vivo, stained slices. Techniques… CONTINUE READING
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