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A first demonstration of audio-frequency optical coherence elastography of tissue

Adie, S.G., Alexandrov, S.A., Armstrong, J.J., Kennedy, B.F. and Sampson, David (2008) A first demonstration of audio-frequency optical coherence elastography of tissue

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Abstract

Optical elastography is aimed at using the visco-elastic properties of soft tissue as a contrast mechanism, and could be particularly suitable for high-resolution differentiation of tumour from surrounding normal tissue. We present a new approach to measure the effect of an applied stimulus in the kilohertz frequency range that is based on optical coherence tomography. We describe the approach and present the first in vivo optical coherence elastography measurements in human skin at audio excitation frequencies.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (UNSPECIFIED)
Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Authors :
NameEmailORCID
Adie, S.G.
Alexandrov, S.A.
Armstrong, J.J.
Kennedy, B.F.
Sampson, Davidd.sampson@surrey.ac.uk
Date : 2008
Uncontrolled Keywords : Elastography, Optical coherence tomography, Tissue mechanical properties, Contrast mechanism, Elastography, Excitation frequency, High resolution, Human skin, In-vivo, Kilohertz frequencies, New approaches, Normal tissue, Optical coherence elastography, Optical coherence tomography, Optical elastography, Soft tissue, Viscoelastic properties, Biomechanics, Light transmission, Mechanical properties, Optical properties, Optical tomography, Tomography, Tumors, Coherent light
Depositing User : Maria Rodriguez-Marquez
Date Deposited : 11 Jun 2018 07:30
Last Modified : 19 Sep 2018 11:32
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/846887

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