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    1. Optically characterizing turbid media and substances in turbid media

      Optically characterizing turbid media and substances in turbid media

      For optically interrogating substances overlaid by turbid media a method of wavefront manipulation by means of binary phase masking is disclosed. Through altering the degree of mode conformity between the fields reaching the collection optics and the field distributions of the propagation modes of optical waveguides the disclosed method can be used to suppress the collection of short-range light originated near the collection optics while permitting unimpeded collection of light originated from sites substantially behind turbid media.

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    2. Integrated disease diagnosis and treatment system

      Integrated disease diagnosis and treatment system
      Designs, implementations, and techniques for optically measuring a sample and integrated systems that provide CT-scan, optical probing and therapy by electromagnetic radiation treatment (e.g. laser, RF, or microwave). Light at different wavelength bands may be used to detect different absorption features in the sample. Multiple light sources may be used including tunable lasers.
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    3. Mapping physiological functions of tissues in lungs and other organs

      Mapping physiological functions of tissues in lungs and other organs
      Systems, apparatus and techniques for non-invasive optical probing of various substances, and systems, apparatus and techniques for detecting, diagnosing and treating a disease in lungs and other organs using the non-invasive optical probing, including mapping physiological functions of tissues in lungs and other organs.
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    4. Measurements of substances using two different propagation modes of light through a common optical path

      This application describes designs, implementations, and techniques for controlling propagation mode or modes of light in a common optical path, which may include one or more waveguides, to sense a sample. As an example, input light in two different optical propagation modes (e.g., the first and second modes) is directed through a common input optical path to the optical probe head which sends a portion of input light in the second mode to the sample. The probe head directs both the light in the first mode and the returned light from the sample in the second mode through a ...
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