We demonstrate determination of the location of the distal-end of a fibre-optic device deep in tissue through the imaging of ballistic and snake photons using a time resolved single-photon detector array. The fibre was imaged with centimetre resolution, within clinically relevant settings and models. This technique can overcome the limitations imposed by tissue scattering in optically determining the in vivo location of fibre-optic medical instruments.
Tanner, Michael. (2017). Code and Data accompanying "Ballistic and snake photon imaging for locating optical endomicroscopy fibres", [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine. Queen's Medical Research Institute. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2108.
|Date made available||8 Aug 2017|