Towards application of thermal infrared imaging in medical diagnosis: protocols and investigations
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This thesis ‘Thermal Infrared Imaging: Advancement for Clinical Applications’ documents a series of clinical and laboratory investigations into: development and application of protocols for objective acquisition and processing of clinical TIRI image data, characterisation of human tissue emissivity within clinically-relevant regimes, and use of thermal infrared imaging to determine the depth of subcutaneous heat sources. This work was supported by the Australian Defence Science & Technology Organisation, Western Australian Department of Health, and Flir Systems.
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