Abstract

We will present measurement strategies and techniques on developing standards to make hyperspectral optical medical imaging modalities highly informative by enhanced illuminations for optimal imaging, references to aid quantitative analysis algorithm development, and phantoms to calibrate/validate instruments. Article not available.

© 2011 Optical Society of America


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