Advanced Techniques and Applications in Optical Imaging (TechVision)

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Medical imaging modalities such as X-ray imaging, magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, and others, have been designed to capture high resolution images through minimally-invasive approaches. However, each of these also suffer from limitations, foremost of which is that they utilize ionizing radiation that is hazardous to the patient when used frequently. Optical imaging uses radiation corresponding to the visible region of the electromagnetic spectrum, which have low energy and are clinically safe. Optical imaging also produces reproducible and accurate images, and facilitates quantitative assessment of the sample. This research service sheds light on the various techniques under the umbrel

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Executive SummaryScope of ResearchResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Key FindingsKey Findings (continued)Technology Snapshot and TrendsOptical Imaging–OverviewMarket Segmentation–By ApplicationApplication Landscape Application Landscape (continued)Application Landscape (continued)Application Landscape (continued)Application LandscapeMarket Segmentation–By TechnologyTechnology CapabilitiesTechnology Capabilities (continued)Technology Capabilities (continued)Application-Technology MappingImpact Assessment and AnalysisMarket Impact of Growth DriversMarket Impact of Growth Drivers (continued)Market Impact of Growth Drivers (continued)Market Impact of Growth ChallengesMarket Impact of Growth Challenges (continued)Market Impact of Growth Challenges (continued)Funding Sources and TrendsFunding Sources and Trends (continued)Recent Funding DealsRecent Funding Deals (continued)Recent Funding Deals Emerging Opportunities in Optical ImagingMarket Impact of Key InnovationsMarket Impact of Key Innovations (continued)Market Impact of Key Innovations (continued)Product Innovations on the HorizonProduct Innovations on the HorizonProduct Innovations on the HorizonProduct Innovations on the HorizonRegional Adoption CycleRegional Adoption CycleRegional Adoption CycleDemand-Side AnalysisOpportunity Evaluation and RoadmappingTechnology Evaluation–By ApplicationTechnology Evaluation–By ApplicationTechnology Evaluation–By ApplicationTechnology Evaluation–By ApplicationTechnology Adoption CycleTechnology Adoption Cycle (continued)Core Opportunities for GrowthTechnology Management StrategiesTechnology Management StrategiesTechnology Management StrategiesTechnologies Available for LicensingTechnologies Available for Licensing (continued)IP Landscape Analysis Patent Landscape AnalysisPatent Landscape AnalysisPatent Landscape AnalysisPatent Landscape AnalysisPatent Landscape AnalysisKey Patents for you to CheckKey Patents for you to Check (continued)Key Patents for you to Check (continued)Key ContactsKey Contacts (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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