Experimental determination of optical and mechanical properties of an optical elastography phantom

@inproceedings{Amma2005ExperimentalDO,
  title={Experimental determination of optical and mechanical properties of an optical elastography phantom},
  author={Christoph Amma and R. M. Vasu and A. K. Sood},
  booktitle={Saratov Fall Meeting},
  year={2005}
}
We report the results of experiments conducted to determine optical and mechanical properties of tissue mimicking phantoms that are designed for optical elastography. In optical elastography the readout mechanism for displacement is optical, and the mechanical and optical properties of the phantom are to be tailored to match those of the tissue being imaged. The optical characterization is based on diffusive nature of light propagation including scattering anisotropy and boundary reflection… CONTINUE READING

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