Abstract

Based on the Kubelka–Munk two-flux model modified by the authors, which makes it possible in one-dimensional problems to obtain exact analytical expressions for radiation fluxes at the boundary of a turbid medium, and Kokhanovsky’s solution for the radiation flux of fluorescence, questions are considered of modelling the spectrum of stimulated endogenous fluorescence of biological tissues as applied to problems of noninvasive medical diagnosis. An analytical expression is presented for the spectral distortion function, which depends on the scattering and absorption properties of cellular biological tissues and blood. It is shown that the model spectra agree well with the experimental data.

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