Real-time acousto-optic (AO) sensing has been shown to non-invasively detect changes in ex vivo tissue optical properties during high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) exposures. Although proof-of-concept experiments have been successful, the underlying parameters and mechanisms affecting the AO detectability of HIFU lesion formation are not well understood. In this work, a modeling based approach is used to improve the AO sensing of lesion formation during HIFU therapy. The angular spectru...Expand abstract
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Improving the acousto-optic detection of high-intensity focused ultrasound lesions.
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