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High-speed, low-cost, pulsed laser diode based second generation desktop photoacoustic tomography system
Bulky, expensive Nd:YAG lasers are used in conventional photoacoustic tomography (PAT) systems making them difficult to translate into clinics. Moreover, real-time imaging is not feasible when single-element ultrasound ...
Pulsed laser diode based desktop photoacoustic tomography for monitoring wash-in and wash-out of dye in rat cortical vasculature
Photoacoustic (PA) tomography (PAT) imaging is an emerging biomedical imaging modality useful in various preclinical and clinical applications. Custom-made circular ring array-based transducers and conventional bulky ...
PA-Fuse : deep supervised approach for the fusion of photoacoustic images with distinct reconstruction characteristics
The methods available for solving the inverse problem of photoacoustic tomography promote only one feature–either being smooth or sharp–in the resultant image. The fusion of photoacoustic images reconstructed from distinct ...
Fractional regularization to improve photoacoustic tomographic image reconstruction
Photoacoustic tomography involves reconstructing the initial pressure rise distribution from the measured acoustic boundary data. The recovery of the initial pressure rise distribution tends to be an ill-posed problem in ...
Pulsed laser diode based photoacoustic tomography system using multiple acoustic reflector based single element ultrasound transducers
Conventional photoacoustic tomography (PAT) systems use bulky, expensive Q-switched Nd:YAG lasers which limits its usage in clinics. The low repetition rate of these lasers makes them not suitable for real-time imaging as ...