Abstract

We have investigated the use of broadband diffuse optical spectroscopy as a technique to monitor tissue temperatures non-invasively. Changes in water absorption bands in the near-infrared region provide an endogenous contrast that varies with temperature. We present results acquired on emulsion tissue phantoms to test our instruments predictive capabilities.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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