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Тучин В. В. Оптическая биомедицинская диагностика // Известия Саратовского университета. Новая серия. Серия: Физика. 2005. Т. 5, вып. 1. С. 39-53. DOI: 10.18500/1817-3020-2005-5-1-39-53

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Оптическая биомедицинская диагностика

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Тучин Валерий Викторович, Научный медицинский центр, Саратовский национальный исследовательский государственный университет
Аннотация: 

В работе представлен обзор работ по оптической медицинской диагностике. Кратко обсуждается история вопроса. Основное внимание уделено рассмотрению современных методов оптической медицинской диагностики, основанных на спектрофотометрии, флуоресценции, доплеровской спектроскопии, спектроскопии упругого, квазиупругого и комбинационного рассеяния, а также на использовании оптотермического и оптоакустических эффектов.

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