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Abazadze, S., Khuskivadze, A., Kochiashvili, D., & Partsvania, B. (2023). EXPERIMENTAL METHOD OFINFRARED EXAMINATION OFPROSTATE TISSUE. COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS OF TBILISI STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, 55, 3–5. Retrieved from https://journals.4science.ge/index.php/CSW/article/view/1400


We have created experimental model, which enabled usto solve the following tasks:1. Prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia tis-sue investigations using infrared light.2. Investigation of infrared light penetration into pros-tate tissue at different modes, which contains 4 subtasks: a)Investigation of infrared light permeability at wavelength, b)Dependence of infrared light penetration on tissue thick-ness, c) Analysis of infrared images of benign prostatic hy-perplasia, d) Analysis of infrared images of prostate cancer.3. Examination of prostate tissues in diffuse mode withinfrared light.4. Examination of prostate tissue in polarized infrared lightmode.5. Preparation of a working model for the examination ofprostate tissues.6. Development of software for processing the receivedinfrared images



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