Biomedical optics wang lihong v wu hsin i
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Convolution over a top-hat beam 116 4. Mueller matrices for a rotator, a polarizer, and a retarder 372 10. Motivation for photoacoustic tomography 466 12. Derivation of the Rayleigh theory. Scattering and its biological origins. Absorption and its biological origins. Derivation of the radiative transport equation.

The basic physics and engineering of each imaging technique are emphasized. Definition of problem 58 3. Numerical example of the Rayleigh theory. Characteristics of ballistic light 251 8. Finite-duration pulse excitation of a thin slab 496 12. General photoacoustic equation 472 12.

Modes of diffuse optical tomography. General image reconstruction 508 12. Photon propagation regimes 185 5. The imaging modalities include ballistic imaging, quasi-ballistic imaging optical coherence tomography , diffusion imaging, and ultrasound-aided hybrid imaging. Coherence length and coherence time. Definition of problem 194 6.

Optical heterodyne imaging 264 8. Wang, PhD, is Gene K. Frequency-domain theory: basics 422 11. Numerical example of the Mie theory. Convolution over a Gaussian beam 114 4. Ultrasonically modulated virtual optical source 546 13. Frequency-domain theory: linear image reconstruction 431 11.

Finite-duration pulse excitation of a thin slab. A solutions manual is available for instructors; to obtain a copy please email the editorial department at. Summary of the Rayleigh theory 28 2. Polarization and its biological origins. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed journal articles and patents.

Fourier-domain rapid scanning optical delay line. Wu was a senior Fulbright scholar and is listed in Outstanding Educators of America. ? A solutions manual is available for instructors; to obtain a copy please email the editorial department at ialine wiley. Jones matrices for a rotator, a polarizer, and a retarder 380 10. . After the fundamentals of photon transport in biological tissues are established, various optical imaging techniques for biological tissues are covered. Coherence-gated holographic imaging 260 8.

He has published more than fifty peer-reviewed journal articles. Eigenvectors and eigenvalues of Jones matrix 381 10. Collimated transmission method 220 7. Finite-duration pulse excitation of a small sphere 498 12. The basic physics and engineering of each imaging technique are emphasized.

Delta-pulse excitation of a slab. Convolution over a top-hat beam. Initial photoacoustic pressure 468 12. Numerical example of the Mie theory 35 2. Beare Distinguished Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Director of the Optical Imaging Laboratory at Washington University in St. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Biocomplexity and the Editorial Board of BioMedical Engineering OnLine.

General forward solution 474 12. Fluorescence and its biological origins 16 1. The basic physics and engineering of each imaging technique are emphasized. Finite-duration pulse excitation of a small sphere. Frequency-domain theory: linear image reconstruction. Summary of the Mie theory.