A one-two punch for photoacoustic imaging

Scientists use photoacoustic microscopy to measure various biomarkers in the body, but some of these measurements can be inaccurate due to limitations of the light-focusing beam that produces out-of-focus images. Engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have designed a new technique that combines hardware and software innovations as a one-two punch that overcomes this obstacle with excellent accuracy.

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