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Time-Dependent Speckle in Coherence Domain Tomography

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Abstract

We developed a high-speed Fourier domain optical coherence tomography to detect time-dependent speckle. The technique uses autocorrelation to calculate time-constant of speckle. The developed technique can be used to evaluate health status of tissue.

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