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A Study on Characteristics Analysis of Multichannel Filter Module for Near-infrared Fluorescence Imaging
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A Study on Characteristics Analysis of Multichannel Filter Module for Near-infrared Fluorescence Imaging
Choi, Jinsoo; Cho, Sang Uk; Kim, Doo-In; Lee, Hak-Guen; Choi, Hak Soo; Jeong, Myung Yung;
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In this study, development of multichannel filter module and characteristic evaluation for bio imaging were studied. The filter module was fabricated in order to realize near infrared fluorescence imaging of 700 nm and 800 nm wavelength ranges, and contrast imaging analysis for characteristic evaluation of the filter module was studied through signal to back ground ratio (SBR), controlled by parameters such as magnification, exposure, gain. Furthermore, phantoms, which are biomimetic tissue with equal optical properties of kidney and liver, were fabricated to study characteristics of both filter module depending on thickness and exposure amount of light source for bio imaging analysis. The fabricated filter module has more than 4 of SBR difference despite changes of magnification, exposure, gain, and in the case of the kidney phantom and the liver phantom, contrast imaging of more than 4 of SBR was confirmed on 50 mA, 60 mA exposure amount of light source respectively.
Medical image;Fluorescence filter system;Near-infrared fluorescence microscope;Phantom imaging;
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