Abstract

Respiratory challenges cause a significant change of oxyhemoglobin concentration in tumor breast but not in normal breast. Near-infrared spectroscopy with respiratory challenges can be useful in early detection of breast tumor and also in prediction of tumor response from chemotherapy.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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