Abstract

We present the first broadband (600-1350 nm) diffuse optical characterization of thyroglobulin and tyrosine, which are thyroid-specific tissue constituents. In vivo measurements on the thyroid of 6 subjects enabled their quantification for functional and diagnostic applications.

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