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  • Received: Sep. 25, 2019

    Accepted: Nov. 2, 2019

    Posted: Feb. 1, 2020

    Published Online: Feb. 21, 2020

    The Author Email: Dai Lijuan (dai.lj@ntu.edu.cn)

    DOI: 10.3788/CJL202047.0207040

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    Leming Ding, Lijuan Dai, Lei Zhang, Zhiyu Qian. Transmission of a Laser Emitted from an Interpolated Optical Fiber in Tissue Based on Monte Carlo Method[J]. Chinese Journal of Lasers, 2020, 47(2): 0207040

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Diagram of the coordinate conversion of side wall of the fiber-optical

Fig. 1. Diagram of the coordinate conversion of side wall of the fiber-optical

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Incidence, reflection and refraction in a new coordinate system

Fig. 2. Incidence, reflection and refraction in a new coordinate system

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Coordinate transformation of sphere boundary

Fig. 3. Coordinate transformation of sphere boundary

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Different situation of photon's translation near the boundary of sphere. (a) Photon does not strike the boundary; (b) photon strikes the boundary

Fig. 4. Different situation of photon's translation near the boundary of sphere. (a) Photon does not strike the boundary; (b) photon strikes the boundary

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Diagram of organizational structure

Fig. 5. Diagram of organizational structure

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Absorption contrast diagrams of multi-layer tissue with or without optical fiber. (a) at z=0.01 cm; (b) at y=0.04 cm; (c) at z=-0.01 cm; (d) at y=0.04 cm

Fig. 6. Absorption contrast diagrams of multi-layer tissue with or without optical fiber. (a) at z=0.01 cm; (b) at y=0.04 cm; (c) at z=-0.01 cm; (d) at y=0.04 cm

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Absorption of tissue obtained with traditional multi-layer MC model and sphere model. (a) at y=0 cm; (b) at z=0 cm

Fig. 7. Absorption of tissue obtained with traditional multi-layer MC model and sphere model. (a) at y=0 cm; (b) at z=0 cm

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Photon energy absorption at different inner radius of sphere model

Fig. 8. Photon energy absorption at different inner radius of sphere model

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