Learning of speckle statistics for in vivo and noninvasive characterization of cutaneous wound regions using laser speckle contrast imaging.

@article{Basak2016LearningOS,
  title={Learning of speckle statistics for in vivo and noninvasive characterization of cutaneous wound regions using laser speckle contrast imaging.},
  author={Kausik Basak and Goutam Dey and Manjunatha Mahadevappa and Mahitosh Mandal and Debdoot Sheet and Pranab K. Dutta},
  journal={Microvascular research},
  year={2016},
  volume={107},
  pages={
          6-16
        }
}
Laser speckle contrast imaging (LSCI) provides a noninvasive and cost effective solution for in vivo monitoring of blood flow. So far, most of the researches consider changes in speckle pattern (i.e. correlation time of speckle intensity fluctuation), account for relative change in blood flow during abnormal conditions. This paper introduces an application of LSCI for monitoring wound progression and characterization of cutaneous wound regions on mice model. Speckle images are captured on a… CONTINUE READING
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