Optical Imaging Systems
Optical Imaging Systems use nonionizing radiation including visible, infrared, and ultraviolet light to obtain images of organs, tissues (soft tissues in particular), cells, and molecules, thus preventing the body from exposure to harmful radiation. These products are safe to use, provide faster results, and can be utilized for procedures that are lengthy and need to be repeated. Optical Imaging Systems are designed based on noninvasive techniques. These products can also be combined with X-rays or MRI. Optical Imaging Systems are used in research, in disease diagnosis, for monitoring growth of blood vessels in tumors, to track blood oxygenation in the tissues, for skin melanoma detection and monitoring anesthetic gas mixtures in surgical procedures, to identify chemical compounds, and to characterize the structure of crystals and other materials.
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