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OCT elastography: imaging microscopic deformation and strain of tissue

Authors Schmitt, JM
Issue Date 1998
Source Optics express , v. 3, (6), 1998, SEP 14, p. 199-211
Summary Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has been applied to the study of the microscopic deformation of biological tissue under compressive stress. We describe the hardware and theory of operation of an OCT elastography system that measures internal displacements as small as a few micrometers by using 2D cross-correlation speckle tracking. Results obtained from gelatin scattering models, pork meat, and intact skin suggest possible medical applications of the technique. (C)1998 Optical Society of America
Subjects
OCT
ISSN 1094-4087
Rights We would like to give credit to the Optical Society of America for granting us permission to repost this Optics Express article. The original article is posted on the journal's web site at http://www.opticsexpress.org/abstract.cfm?URI=OPEX-3-6-199
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