4 March 2014 Volume holographic reflection endoscope for in-vivo ovarian cancer clinical studies
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Abstract
We present the design for an endoscopic system capable of imaging tissues of the ovary at two selected imaging depths simultaneously. The method utilizes a multiplexed volume hologram to select wavefronts from different depths within the tissue. It is the first demonstration of an endoscopic volume holographic imaging system. The endoscope uses both gradient index (GRIN) optical components and off the shelf singlet lenses to relay an image from the distal tip to the proximal end. The endoscope has a minimum diameter of 3.75 mm. The system length is 30 cm which is connected to a handle that includes the holographic components and optics that relay the image to a camera. Preliminary evaluation of the endoscope was performed with tissue phantoms and calibrated targets, which shows lateral resolution ≈ 4 μm at an operating wavelength of 660 nm. The hologram is recorded in phenanthraquinone doped poly methacrylate and is designed to produce images from two tissue depths. One image is obtained at the tissue surface and the second 70 μm below the surface. This method requires no mechanical scanning and acquires an image at the camera frame rate. The preliminary ex-vivo results show good correlation with histology sections of the same tissue sections.
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I. D. Howlett, I. D. Howlett, M. Gordon, M. Gordon, J. W. Brownlee, J. W. Brownlee, J. K. Barton, J. K. Barton, R. K. Kostuk, R. K. Kostuk, } "Volume holographic reflection endoscope for in-vivo ovarian cancer clinical studies", Proc. SPIE 8927, Endoscopic Microscopy IX; and Optical Techniques in Pulmonary Medicine, 89270R (4 March 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2037859; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2037859
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