•Single pixel imaging is a powerful method that enables robust imaging in scattering media and integration of information not accessible to conventional camera imaging.•We demonstrate a method of common-path single pixel quantitative phase microscopy that opens the ability for phase imaging in new spectral regions, such as short wave infrared and mid infrared.•A general theory for single pixel intensity and quantitative phase microscopy is presented.•Simultaneous imaging of quantitative phase, absorption, and fluorescence through spatial frequency projections recorded on two separate detectors.•Single pixel quantitative phase images are presented in both forward and back scattered geometries, and quantitative images of absorption, phase, and fluorescence are shown in cultured cells.•Single pixel quantitative phase imaging is described with scattering theory to provide an intuitive understanding of the object spatial frequency information collected in both forward and back scattered geometries.
Methods – Elsevier
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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