The imaging setup for the rat burn measurements is similar to that employed previously,10 except with a SWIR camera for detection. The sample was illuminated with multiple spatially modulated patterns of broadband light from a tungsten halogen lamp projected through a digital micromirror device (DMD, Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas).2 A Raytheon Vision Systems minSWIR camera was employed to detect reflectance over 850 to 1800 nm. The camera contained an InGaAs detector array and a SB373 CMOS readout, and the lens was attached to a Perkin-Elmer (Waltham, Massachusetts) liquid crystal tunable filter (#131928 LNIR 850 to 1800 nm, at 850 nm, at 1790 nm). The camera integration time was set to 32 ms. Images were acquired preburn and postburn. At both time points, the data consisted of reflectance images taken in 50 nm steps from 850 to 1800 nm, using three spatial frequencies: 0, , and . A solution of 2% Intralipid9 was used as a reference phantom.