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Ultrahigh resolution and spectroscopic optical coherence tomography

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Using state of the art laser technology, in vivo optical coherence tomography imaging with unprecedented axial resolution of 1 um is achieved, approaching the level of conventional histopathology. With an extension of this technique, extraction of spatially resolved spectroscopic information is enabled to improve image contrast and to obtain functional or biochemical properties of the investigated tissue.

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