Retinal imaging often suffers from blurring aberrations. With knowledge of the blurring point spread function (PSF), better images can be reconstructed by deconvolution techniques. We demonstrate a method to enhance the contrast of retinal cells by estimating the ocular PSF. This is done by finding the cells’ positions and their intensity distributions and using these as a model for the image. The feasibility of this method is demonstrated by Wiener deconvolution both for adaptively and nonadaptively corrected images.
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