Portable optical resolution photoacoustic microscopy (pORPAM) for human oral imaging.

@article{Jin2017PortableOR,
  title={Portable optical resolution photoacoustic microscopy (pORPAM) for human oral imaging.},
  author={Tian Jin and Heng Guo and H. Jiang and Bowen Ke and Lei Xi},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={42 21},
  pages={
          4434-4437
        }
}
Optical resolution photoacoustic microscopy (ORPAM) represents one of the fastest evolving optical microscopic techniques. However, due to the bulky size and complicated system configuration of conventional ORPAM, it is largely limited to small animal experiments. In this Letter, we present the design and evaluation of a portable ORPAM with a high spatiotemporal resolution and a large field of view. In this system, we utilize a rotatory scanning mechanism instead of the conventional raster… Expand
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