We demonstrate high-speed complex conjugate artifact (CCA) resolved imaging of human retina in vivo using spectral domain optical coherence tomography. This technique utilizes sinusoidal reference mirror modulation to implement high-speed integrating buckets acquisition and a quadrature projection reconstruction algorithm in postprocessing. This method is illustrated experimentally using sets of four integrating bucket phase scans, acquired at , for DC suppression of and complex conjugate suppression of . Densely sampled (3000 A-scans/image, acquired at ) full-depth in vivo images of optic nerve head show CCA suppression for most image reflections to the noise floor.
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