Evaluation of the magneto-optical effect in biological tissue models using optical coherence tomography
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For the first time to our knowledge, an experimental
evaluation of the Faraday effect–induced polarization
rotation in a biological tissue phantom is reported.
The rotation of the polarization plane produced in the optical
beam propagating through an Intralipid solution was evaluated using polarization-sensitive optical coherence
tomography (PS-OCT), and the experimental results
closely matched the theoretical values. The angle of rotation
is proportional to the traversed path length along the
magnetic field and can potentially be used to estimate the
actual penetration depth.
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