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Noninvasive infrared autofluorescence imaging of intrinsic fluorophores in the human retina at cellular-level resolution using adaptive optics

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The novel combination of adaptive optics with infrared autofluorescence brings cellular-level detail to an established clinical imaging modality and can be used to noninvasively reveal both macroscopic and microscopic lesions of the diseased retina.

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