Lina’s paper on performance evaluation of photoacoustic mesoscopy published

Posted on By Sarah Bohndiek

Photoacoustic mesoscopy visualises vascular architecture at high-resolution up to ~3 mm depth. Despite promise in preclinical and clinical imaging studies, with applications in oncology and dermatology, the accuracy and precision of photoacoustic mesoscopy is not well established. Lina undertook a detailed phantom and in vivo study to understand the sources of artefacts and variability in photoacoustic mesoscopy, leading to an important set of recommendations for users of such systems. You can read more about her findings in the new paper published in Photoacoustics here.