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Increasing the quality of reconstructed signal in compressive sensing utilizing Kronecker technique

Zanddizari H, Rajan S, Zarrabi H

Quality of reconstruction of signals sampled using compressive sensing (CS) algorithm depends on the compression factor and the length of the measurement. A simple method to pre-process data before reconstruction...
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Adaptive filtering method for EMG signal using bounded range artificial bee colony algorithm

Verma AR, Singh Y, Gupta B

In this paper, an adaptive artefact canceller is designed using the bounded range artificial bee colony (BR-ABC) optimization technique. The results of proposed method are compared with recursive least square...
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Review: optically-triggered phase-transition droplets for photoacoustic imaging

Chen Q, Yu J, Kim K

Optically-triggered phase-transition droplets have been introduced as a promising contrast agent for photoacoustic and ultrasound imaging that not only provide significantly enhanced contrast but also have potential as photoacoustic theranostic...
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Naphthalocyanines as contrast agents for photoacoustic and multimodal imaging

Chitgupi U, Lovell JF

Naphthalocyanines (Ncs) are a family of aromatic small molecule with large near infrared extinction coefficients, making them appealing contrast agent candidates for photoacoustic imaging (PAI). Depending on the substitutions on...
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Photoacoustic microscopy: principles and biomedical applications

Liu W, Yao J

Photoacoustic microscopy (PAM) has become an increasingly popular technology for biomedical applications, providing anatomical, functional, and molecular information. In this concise review, we first introduce the basic principles and typical...
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Multimodal intravascular photoacoustic and ultrasound imaging

Li Y, Chen Z

The rupture of atherosclerotic plaques is the leading cause of death in developed countries. Early identification of vulnerable plaque is the essential step in preventing acute coronary events. Intravascular photoacoustic...
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Multimodal photoacoustic imaging as a tool for sentinel lymph node identification and biopsy guidance

Kim H, Chang JH

As a minimally invasive method, sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) in conjunction with guidance methods is the standard method to determine cancer metastasis in breast. The desired guidance methods for...
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Fast photoacoustic imaging systems using pulsed laser diodes: a review

Upputuri P, Pramanik M

Photoacoustic imaging (PAI) is a newly emerging imaging modality for preclinical and clinical applications. The conventional PAI systems use Q-switched Nd:YAG/OPO (Optical Parametric Oscillator) nanosecond lasers as excitation sources. Such...
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Development and clinical translation of photoacoustic mammography

Shiina T, Toi M, Yagi T

To practically apply photoacoustic (PA) imaging technology in medicine, we have developed prototypes of a photoacoustic mammography (PAM) device to acquire images for diagnosing breast cancer in the Kyoto University/Canon...
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Clinical photoacoustic imaging platforms

Choi W, Park EY, Jeon S, Kim C

Photoacoustic imaging (PAI) is a new promising medical imaging technology available for diagnosing and assessing various pathologies. PAI complements existing imaging modalities by providing information not currently available for diagnosing,...
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Multimodal photoacoustic imaging: systems, applications, and agents

Kim C, Chen Z

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