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Combined 1-D/2-D Phase Unwrapping for Optically Thick Objects in Tomographic Phase Microscopy

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We suggest a new phase unwrapping approach for tomographic phase microscopy, which allows reconstruction of optically thick objects, by addressing the sequence of interferograms captured from consecutive angles as a third dimension.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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