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Laser Interaction with Heterogeneous Biological Tissue: Mathematical Modeling


Laser Interaction with Heterogeneous Biological Tissue: Mathematical Modeling
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Introduction

1 The main physical processes occurring in the interaction of optical radiation with matter

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Reflection and refraction

1.3 Absorption

1.4 Scattering

1.5 A Turbid media

References

2 Methods Describing the Interaction of Laser Radiation

with Biological Tissues

2.1 Introduction

2.2 The Structure and Optical Properties of Biological Tissues

2.3 The Structure and Optical Properties blood

References

Annotation. Here we consider the structure and optical properties of biological tissues, blood.

3 Overview of Theoretical Approaches to the Analysis

of Light Scattering

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Optical Properties of Tissues with Multiple Scattering

3.3 Stationary Theory of Radiative Transfer

3.4 Approximate Methods for Solving the Transport Equation

3.5 The Non-stationary Theory of Radiative Transfer 3.6 Methods for Measuring Optical Parameters of Biological Tissues

3.7 Methods for Solving Inverse Problems of Scattering Theory

3.8 Resume

References

Annotation. We propose methods of light scattering for the quantitative study

of the optical characteristics of the tissue, and the results of theoretical and

experimental studies of photon transport in biological tissues.

4 Study of optical Characteristics of Blood Formed Elements Using Intracavity Laser Spectroscopy

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Scattering by a particle with a shifted nucleus

4.3 The scattering cofficients

4.4 Scattering by a group of spherical objects

4.5 Numerical study of the Algebraic equations

4.6 Eigenmodes of the optical cavity with a cuvette filled with

spherical particles

4.7 Numerical analysis

4.8 Resume

References 

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Breite: 162
Gewicht: 464 g
Höhe: 244
Länge: 17
Seiten: 189
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Kirill Kulikov, Tatiana Koshlan

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