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Intraventricular (IVH) and periventricular (PVH) hemorrhages in preterm neonates are common because the periventricular blood vessels are still developing up to 36 weeks and are fragile. Currently, transfontanelle ultrasound (US) imaging is utilized for screening for IVH and PVH, largely through the anterior fontanelle. However for mild hemorrhages...
Background: Phacomatosis pigmentokeratotica (PPK) is a distinct and rare type of epidermal nevus syndrome characterized by coexisting nonepidermolytic organoid sebaceous nevus (SN) with one or more speckled lentiginous nevi (SLN). Atypical nevi including compound Spitz and compound dysplastic may manifest within regions of SLN. Patients with PPK,...
One of the key challenges in linear array transducer‐based photoacoustic computed tomography is to image structures embedded deep within the biological tissue with limited optical energy. Here, we utilized a manually controlled multi‐angle illumination technique to allow the incident photons to interact with the imaging targets for longer periods o...