The Handbook of Photonics for Biomedical Science analyzes achievements, new trends, and perspectives of photonics in its application to biomedicine. With contributions from world-renowned experts in the field, the handbook describes advanced biophotonics methods and techniques intensively developed in recent years. Addressing the latest problems in biomedical optics and biophotonics, the book discusses optical and terahertz spectroscopy and imaging methods for biomedical diagnostics based on the interaction of coherent, polarized, and acoustically modulated radiation with tissues and cells. It covers modalities of nonlinear spectroscopic microscopies, photonic technologies for therapy and surgery, and nanoparticle photonic technologies for cancer treatment and UV radiation protection. The text also elucidates the advanced spectroscopy and imaging of normal and pathological tissues. This comprehensive handbook represents the next step in contemporary biophotonics advances. By collecting recently published information scattered in the literature, the book enables researchers, engineers, and medical doctors to become familiar with major, state-of-the-art results in biophotonics science and technology.1.4.1 Cell structure This section describes the 3D FDTD modeling results of OPCM imaging of single biological cells in ... The cell nucleus is also spherical with a radius Rn = 1.5 I¼m centered at a position that is 2.0 I¼m shifted from the cell ... If a biological object is homogenous, matching its refractive index value by externally controlling the refractive index of the host medium will make it optically invisible.
|Title||:||Handbook of Photonics for Biomedical Science|
|Author||:||Valery V. Tuchin|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-05-18|