Abstract

An improved spectral optical coherence tomography technique is used to obtain cross-sectional ophthalmic images at an exposure time of 64 µs per A-scan. This method allows real-time images as well as static tomograms to be recorded in vivo.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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