Biological Imaging and Sensing

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Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 7, 2004 - Medical - 298 pages
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An excellent survey of and introduction to new methods of biological imaging and sensing, particularly related to biomedical measurements and controls. The main topics discussed include: cell imaging, multiphoton microscopy for biomedical studies, molecular imaging, infrared imaging, biomedical magnetic imaging, and microscopy with laser-trapped particles. The book also deals with nanosurgery with light, the effects of ultrasound on tissue, diagnostics, near- and far-infrared transmission of biomedical information, and cell sensors. This book will be a valuable resource for both medical doctors and biophysicists.

 

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Contents

Biological Imaging and Sensing from Basic Techniques to Clinical Application
1
12 Imaging Cells through a MultiPhoton Process
2
122 The Imaging Property of MultiPhoton Microscopy
3
123 Instrumentation
5
124 Calcium Ion Dynamics Revealed by MultiPhoton Microscopy
6
13 Nonstaining Molecular Imaging CARS
9
131 The Fundamentals of Coherent AntiStokes Raman Scattering
10
132 3D Resolution by CARS Microscopy
11
253 A Noninvasive Measurement System for DDS
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254 Collapse Monitoring of Microcapsules
105
255 Conclusion
107
261 The Utilization of Ultrasound Energy for Therapeutics
108
263 The Effect of Ultrasound on the Cell Membrane
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264 Ultrasound for Gene Therapy
110
265 Direct Effects on Cell Components
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267 Potential Applications of LowPower Ultrasound
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133 HighSpeed Image Acquisition
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134 Molecular Imaging by CARS Microscopy
15
14 Transcutaneous NearInfrared Light Power Information Transmission for Implantable Medical Devices
19
142 Transcutaneous Power Transmission by NearInfrared Light
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143 Transcutaneous Information Transmission by NearInfrared Light
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15 Cell and Nanosurgical Operation with Light
25
152 LaserInduced Disruption in Biomaterials
28
16 The Manipulation of Living Bodies by Light
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161 Photon Pressure
30
162 ThreeDimensional Laser Trapping
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163 Force Measurement
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164 Microscopy with a LaserTrapped Particle
35
17 Physiological Function Analysis of the Human Body and OrganUsing FarInfrared Imaging
40
172 Dynamic Analysis of Abnormal Temperature Distribution on the Skin 70
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173 Dynamic Analysis of the Surface Temperature of Internal Organs
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174 Unsolved Problems
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18 A New Technology for Detecting Coronary Artery Disease
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183 A Noninvasive Physiological Approach to the Detection of Coronary Artery Disease
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185 The Impossibility of Conventional Standard Phonocardiography Technology
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186 The Theoretical Basis for the New Technology
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187 The Principles of the New Laser Phonocardiography Technology
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188 The New Laser Phonocardiography Technology Design
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189 The Details of the Prototype Device
59
1810 Data Acquisition of the Vibratory Signal of the Anterior Chest Wall
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1812 The Future of the New Laser Phonocardiography Technology
64
References
65
Imaging of TissueOrgans with Ultrasound
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212 The Doppler Technique
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213 Recent Advances in Ultrasound Imaging
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214 The Ultrasonic Characterization of Myocardial Tissue
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22 ThreeDimensional Ultrasound Imaging of the Fetus
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222 The Development of ThreeDimensional Ultrasound
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223 Clinical Applications of ThreeDimensional Ultrasound in Obstetrics
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224 The Advantages and Limitations of ThreeDimensional Ultrasound
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225 The Future Development of ThreeDimensional Ultrasound
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23 Imaging by a Spherical Ultrasound Wave
84
231 An Instantaneous Imaging Method
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232 LaserInduced Breakdown
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233 Ultrasound Generated by LaserInduced Breakdown
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234 Imaging Using LaserInduced Breakdown
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235 Summary
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242 UltrasoundAssisted Optical Imaging
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244 An Experiment for WeakScattering Samples
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245 An Experiment in a Strongly Scattering Medium
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246 Conclusions
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25 An Ultrasonic Drug Delivery System Using Microcapsules
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252 The Acoustic Characteristics of Microcapsules as Drug Carriers
103
References
114
The Imaging of a Magnetic Source
117
312 The Magnetic Dipole
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313 Magnetic Flux
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315 The Current Dipole
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317 The Search Coil Magnetometer
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318 The Proton Magnetometer and Other Magnetometers
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319 Magnetic Source Analysis
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32 A HighSensitivity Magnetic Field Sensor
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322 A System for Biomagnetic Measurement
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33 Magnetic Source Analysis
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332 The Inverse Problem
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333 Visualization
170
34 Biomagnetic Measurement
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342 Other Biomagnetic Measurements
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35 Other Applications of Magnetic Source Imaging
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351 Field Observation
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References
200
4 Bioanalyses Using Electrochemical and Electrophysiological Methods
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42 The Electrochemical DNA Chip Sensor
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423 The Microfluidic PCR Chamber and the Electrochemical Detector
214
43 EnzymeBased Electrochemical Biosensors
219
432 Biosensors Based on Redox Active Polymers
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433 Glucose Sensors on the Market
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434 Conclusion
230
The Whole Cell Sensor
231
442 The Surface PhotoVoltage SPY and Its Application
232
Measurements of Neural Activity and Their Application for Analyses of the Neural Network System in the Living Body
239
Techniques to Chemical Sensors Biosensors and Microanalysis Systems
242
463 Microsensors for Dissolved Gases and Electrolytes
243
464 Microfabricated Biosensors
247
465 The Integration of Sensors and MicroElectrochemical Systems
248
Measurements and Stimulation of a Single Peripheral Nerve Fiber
250
473 The Technique of Microneurography
251
474 The Advantages and Disadvantages of Microneurography
255
475 Summary
256
48 A Microelectrode for the Neural Interface
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482 The Nerve Electrode Handmade
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483 A Microelectrode for the Neural Interface
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484 Conclusion
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492 Control of Artificial Hearts Using Autonomic Nervous Signals
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493 The Control of Somatic Sensations and the Generation of Artificial Sensations by Direct Stimulation of the Neural System
275
494 Control of the Motor Function of Artificial Limbs by Neural Signals
286
References
287
Index
295
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