Abstract

Using an atherosclerotic rabbit aorta test image, we show the applicability of vertex component analysis (VCA) of hyperspectral CARS images in generating a similar contrast profile to that obtained in “multimodal imaging” that uses three separate nonlinear optical techniques.

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