Tyler S. Ralston, Gregory L. Charvat, Steven G. Adie, Brynmor J. Davis, P. Scott Carney and Stephen A. Boppart
Using instruments from optical coherence tomography and the principles of synthetic aperture radar, researchers have developed a new method for reconstructing 3-D optical images. Doctors may soon be able to use this approach as a noninvasive diagnostic tool in clinical settings.
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Publish Date: 01 June 2010
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