Polarization Correlometry of Scattering Biological Tissues and Fluids

; O. Ya. Wanchulyak ; A. G. Ushenko ; Yu. A. Ushenko ; A. V. Dubolazov ; Igor Meglinski

This book presents a new diagnostic approach that utilizes complex statistical, correlation, fractal, and singular analysis of spatial distribution of the Stokes vector of scattered polarized light in different diffraction zones. Les mer
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This book presents a new diagnostic approach that utilizes complex statistical, correlation, fractal, and singular analysis of spatial distribution of the Stokes vector of scattered polarized light in different diffraction zones. The technique is able to identify changes in the distribution of optical axes and the birefringent indices of multi-layered fibrillar networks of biological tissues. The book also presents various scenarios for the formation of polarization singularities in laser speckle images of phase-inhomogeneous, multi-layered biological tissues in terms of the characteristic values of Mueller-matrix images. Moreover, in the context of potential diagnostic applications, it discusses the states of polarization singularities and their changes associated with the pathological abnormalities of the extracellular matrix of human tissues, its spatial peculiarities and structural orientation.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1. Modern methods utilizing coherent polarized light scattered in phase-inhomogeneous multi-layered tissue-like scattering medium: Stokes-polarimetric and singular approaches.

Chapter 2. Vector-parametric method of optical diagnostics of phase-inhomogeneous layers of biological tissues.

Chapter 3. Simulation of transformation of Stokes vector parameters by multilayered biological tissues.

Chapter 4. Stokes-polarimetry of object fields of birefringent optical anisotropic extracellular matrixes of human multilayered tissues.

Chapter 5. Singular approach to analysis of Stokes vector parameters of polarization-inhomogeneous fields of biological crystals nets.

Chapter 6. Topographic structure of Mueller-matrix images of polycrystalline birefringent networks.

Chapter 7. Summary and conclusions.

Om forfatteren

Bachinskyi Victor was born in 1952. In 1976, he graduated from Chernivtsi State Medical Institute and received Candidate of Medical Sciences in 1988. He was awarded the Title of Associate Professor of the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine in Bukovinian State Medical University in 1991. Doctor of Medical Sciences from 2009, the topic of his dissertation was: "Laser spectroscopy of biological tissues to develop objective criteria forensic determination of death and old time hematoma formation." He was awarded the Title of Professor of the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine in 2011.
Vanchulyak Oleg was born in 1976. Candidate of Medical Sciences, in 2007, he defended his book on "Diagnosis of death prescription by laser polarimetric monitoring of human tissue." MD, in 2017, he defended his doctoral book on "Peer review of acute myocardial ischemia polarization-correlation method." In 2009, he was awarded the highest category of medical specialty "Forensic examination" and transferred to the post of Associate Professor Bukovina State Medical University. In 2011, he received the rank of Associate Professor. From September 2018, he is the Professor of the Department of Forensic Medicine. A. G. Ushenko, Ph.D., D.Sc., is a Professor and a Head of the Department of Optics and Spectroscopy at the Chernivtsi National University (Ukraine). He is the author and co-author of over 150 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals and proceedings of international conferences, 14 books, and 37 patents. His area of expertise includes polarimetry of biological tissues and fluids and autofluorescence polarimetry. Yu. A. Ushenko, Ph.D., D.Sc., is an Associate Professor at the Department of Correlation Optics at the Chernivtsi National University (Ukraine). He is the author and co-author of over 120 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals and proceedings of international conferences, 5 books, and 16 patents. His area of expertise includes multivariate polarization and autofluorescence microscopy of biological tissues and fluids. Alexander Dubolazov is an Associate Professor at the Chern