Optical Coherence Tomography OCT is a medical imaging technique which distinguishes itself by acquiring microscopic resolution images in-vivo at millimeter scale fields of view. The resulting in images are not only high-resolution, but often multi-dimensional to capture 3-D biological structures or temporal processes. The nature of multi-dimensional data presents a unique set of challenges to the OCT user that include acquiring, storing, and handling very large datasets, visualizing and understanding the data, and processing and analyzing the data. In this dissertation, three of these challenges are explored in depth: sub-resolution temporal analysis, 3-D modeling of fiber structures, and compressed sensing Experiment 1: Objective: To document the appearance of artifacts created by commonly encountered surgical conditions and instrumentation on optical coherence tomography OCT and compare these findings with histopathology. Study design: Ex vivo study Animals: 5 canine cadavers Methods: Skin, subcutaneous fat, skeletal muscle, and fascia samples were obtained from fresh canine cadavers.
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Published on January 11, by Shona McCombes. Revised on October 15, A thesis statement is a sentence that sums up the central point of your paper or essay. It usually comes near the end of your introduction.
Unity is the idea that all parts of the writing work to achieve the same goal: proving the thesis. Just as the content of a paragraph should focus on a topic sentence, the content of an essay must focus on the thesis. The introduction paragraph introduces the thesis, the body paragraphs each have a proof point topic sentence with content that proves the thesis, and the concluding paragraph sums up the proof and restates the thesis. Extraneous information in any part of the essay which is not related to the thesis is distracting and takes away from the strength of proving the thesis. An essay must have coherence.