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A parallel-detection frequency-domain near-infrared tomography system for hemoglobin imaging of the breast in vivo

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5 Author(s)
McBride, Troy O. ; Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 ; Pogue, B.W. ; Shudong Jiang ; Osterberg, Ulf L.
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A novel near-infrared frequency-domain system designed for tomographic breast imaging is described. The setup utilizes five optical wavelengths, from 660 to 826 nm, and parallel detection with 16 photomultiplier tubes. Direct fiberoptic coupling with the tissue is achieved with a high precision positioning device using 16 motorized actuators (0.5 μm precision) arranged radially in a circular geometry. Images of breast tissue optical absorption and reduced scattering coefficients are obtained using a Newton-type reconstruction algorithm to solve for the optimal fit between the measurement data and predicted data from a finite element solution to the frequency-domain diffusion equation. The design, calibration, and performance of the tomographic imaging system are detailed. Data acquisition from the system requires under 30 s for a single tomographic slice at one optical wavelength with a measurement repeatability for a single phantom on average of 0.5% in ac intensity and 0.4° in phase. Absorbing and scattering phantoms typical of in vivo breast optical properties were imaged over a range of object-to-background contrasts (50%–250%). The reconstructed absorption and scattering images are accurate to within 20% of the expected value. © 2001 American Institute of Physics.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:72 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 2001

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