5 March 2018 New clinical opportunities for retinal vascular imaging: adaptive optics to OCT angiography
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Proceedings Volume 10591, 2nd Canterbury Conference on OCT with Emphasis on Broadband Optical Sources; 1059102 (2018) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2304296
Event: Second Canterbury Conference on Optical Coherence Tomography, 2017, Canterbury, United Kingdom
Abstract
As techniques of retinal imaging have evolved, anatomic features that were only assessable in the laboratory have become available in the clinic for patient care. The retinal capillaries were initially described on microscope sections in the pathology laboratory. As optical methods have advanced these features have become part of the routine clinical landscape inspected daily by physicians. This paper briefly traces the evolution of these techniques and shows how they fit into the modern diagnostic armamentarium of ophthalmic retinal care.
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Richard Rosen, Richard Rosen, Toco Chui, Toco Chui, Rishard Weitz, Rishard Weitz, Alfredo Dubra, Alfredo Dubra, Joseph Carroll, Joseph Carroll, Patricia Garcia, Patricia Garcia, Alexander Pinhas, Alexander Pinhas, Nicole Scripsema, Nicole Scripsema, Shelley Mo, Shelley Mo, Steven Agemy, Steven Agemy, Brian Krawitz, Brian Krawitz, } "New clinical opportunities for retinal vascular imaging: adaptive optics to OCT angiography", Proc. SPIE 10591, 2nd Canterbury Conference on OCT with Emphasis on Broadband Optical Sources, 1059102 (5 March 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2304296; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2304296
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