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Performance of an off-axis ophthalmic adaptive optics system with toroidal mirrors

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Ophthalmic adaptive optics is commonly implemented with off-axis telescopes formed by spherical mirrors. As these systems often suffer from astigmatism, beam displacement and beam distortion, we investigate toroidal mirrors as a possible solution.

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