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Photoacoustic Imaging and Spectroscopy, Hardback Book

Photoacoustic Imaging and Spectroscopy Hardback

Edited by Lihong (Washington University, St. Louis, USA) Wang

Part of the Optical Science and Engineering series

Hardback

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Photoacoustics promises to revolutionize medical imaging and may well make as dramatic a contribution to modern medicine as the discovery of the x-ray itself once did.

Combining electromagnetic and ultrasonic waves synergistically, photoacoustics can provide deep speckle-free imaging with high electromagnetic contrast at high ultrasonic resolution and without any health risk.

While photoacoustic imaging is probably the fastest growing biomedical imaging technology, this book is the first comprehensive volume in this emerging field covering both the physics and the remarkable noninvasive applications that are changing diagnostic medicine.

Bringing together the leading pioneers in this field to write about their own work, Photoacoustic Imaging and Spectroscopy is the first to provide a full account of the latest research and developing applications in the area of biomedical photoacoustics.

Photoacoustics can provide functional sensing of physiological parameters such as the oxygen saturation of hemoglobin.

It can also provide high-contrast functional imaging of angiogenesis and hypermetabolism in tumors in vivo.

Discussing these remarkable noninvasive applications and so much more, this reference is essential reading for all researchers in medical imaging and those clinicians working at the cutting-edge of modern biotechnology to develop diagnostic techniques that can save many lives and just as importantly do no harm.

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