Vibrational Optical Coherence Tomography (VOCT) involves use of near infra-red light and audible sound applied transversely to the skin to produce an image , measure the resonant frequency of tissue components and calculate the tensile modulus as shown in figures below.
Using images generated by OCT and maps of the modulus as a function of position, we show that it is possible to determine the margins of lesions. Using the OptoScope it is possible to define characteristic lesion “finger prints” to discern benign from malignant skin lesions and be able to detect cancerous lesions early in the growth process.
Tissue and Implant Characterization Stress Testing
Cure Density Testing