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Hyperspectral imaging - a flexible tool for tissue characterization

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There is a steadily increasing use of hyperspectral imaging in optical diagnostics and tissue characterization. The flexibility of this technique allows imaging of larger samples and -scenes, as well as smaller samples such as biopsy material, providing data with high spectral and spatial resolution. This combination of high spatial and spectral resolution makes hyperspectral imaging an attractive tool for optical diagnostics. Hyperspectral images are typically in the order of GBs, and processing and interpretation of the data is challenging, especially if results are needed in real-time. This talk will address the use of hyperspectral imaging in medical diagnostics, with a special emphasis on hyperspectral fluorescence imaging. It will be discussed how optical modeling can be combined with statistical analysis to extract and interpret information from hyperspectral image data. Examples of in vivo and ex vivo hyperspectral imaging and image processing in the UV, VIS and NIR spectral ranges will be shown.

This talk is part of the BSS Formal Seminars series.

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