Optical coherence tomography (OCT) visualizes cross-sectional microstructures of biological tissues. Recent
developments of multifunctional OCT (MF-OCT) provides multiple optical contrasts which can reveal currently unknown
tissue properties. In this contribution we demonstrate multifunctional OCT specially designed for dermatological
investigation. And by utilizing it to measure four different body parts of in vivo human skin, three-dimensional scattering
OCT, OCT angiography, polarization uniformity tomography, and local birefringence tomography images were obtained
by a single scan. They respectively contrast the structure and morphology, vasculature, melanin content and collagen traits
of the tissue.
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