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Imaging of the Human Retina by Polarization Sensitive and Cellular Resolution OCT

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New developments of OCT for advanced retinal imaging are presented: tissue specific contrast by polarization sensitive OCT is used to segment retinal lesions; high resolution OCT is used to study the temporal behaviour of photoreceptors.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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