We correct a formula calculating the velocity dynamics. Furthermore we correct a table showing minimum and maximum detectable velocities for specific detector line rates. Our previous results as well as conclusions remain unchanged.

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Table 1. Standard D-FDOCT performance figures for different array detector line rates