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High speed optical coherence imaging - towards the structure and the function of the human eye

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Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is one of the most rapidly developing biomedical imaging modalities. Recently, ultrahigh speed and ultrahigh resolution Spectral OCT imaging using CMOS and swept source OCT has been demonstrated. Imaging speeds more than 100 000 optical A-scans per second has been already achieved. High speed enables reducing motion artifacts and applying a high density sampling.

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