2 May 2016 Modulation of retinal image vasculature analysis to extend utility and provide secondary value from optical coherence tomography imaging
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Retinal image analysis is emerging as a key source of biomarkers of chronic systemic conditions affecting the cardiovascular system and brain. The rapid development and increasing diversity of commercial retinal imaging systems present a challenge to image analysis software providers. In addition, clinicians are looking to extract maximum value from the clinical imaging taking place. We describe how existing and well-established retinal vasculature segmentation and measurement software for fundus camera images has been modulated to analyze scanning laser ophthalmoscope retinal images generated by the dual-modality Heidelberg SPECTRALIS® instrument, which also features optical coherence tomography.
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James R. Cameron, Lucia Ballerini, Clare Langan, Claire Warren, Nicholas Denholm, Katie Smart, Thomas J. MacGillivray, "Modulation of retinal image vasculature analysis to extend utility and provide secondary value from optical coherence tomography imaging," Journal of Medical Imaging 3(2), 020501 (2 May 2016). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JMI.3.2.020501 . Submission:
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