Special Issue "Multimodal Optical Diagnostics of Glycated Biological Tissues"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 July 2021.
Interests: biomedical imaging; biophotonics; biomedical engineering; Monte Carlo simulation; laser optics; applied optics
The prevalence of diabetes complications is a significant public health problem with a considerable economic cost. Over the past few years, the prevalence of diabetes has reached alarmingly high levels. The number of patients diagnosed with this disease already amounts to approximately half a billion worldwide, and this number will only grow in the near future, according to forecasts. Thus, the timely diagnosis of complications and the prevention of their development will contribute to increasing the length and quality of patients lives, as well as reducing the economic costs of their treatments.
Light-based technologies present unique opportunities for the diagnosis of various pathological disorders of biological tissues. Various spectroscopy and imaging technologies can provide information on their optical properties, which are directly related to its blood supply, degree of oxygenation, and the morphological changes.
This Special Issue will highlight the advantages and unique aspects of the use of optical diagnostic methods in identifying and evaluating complications of diabetes. Articles may focus on the application of technology, disease, or other aspects of the use of spectroscopy and imaging in clinical practice. Articles should reflect novel innovative research and emerging ideas.
Dr. Viktor Dremin
Manuscript Submission Information
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- diabetes mellitus
- biomedical photonics
- multimodal optical diagnostics
- optical imaging