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Spatial refractive index distribution and glaucoma-related tissue density alterations of the retina determined by multi-spectral digital holographic microscopy

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Abstract

We explored the capabilities of quantitative phase imaging with multi-spectral digital holographic microscopy to determine the spatial refractive index distribution of the retina and glaucoma-related tissue density alterations.

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