Matrix approach of Full-Field OCT for volumetric imaging of an opaque human cornea

Conference Dates

June 2-6, 2019


Optical microscopy offers the possibility to image biological tissue with a diffraction limited resolution (~µm). However, the heterogeneity of biological tissues can strongly affect light propagation at large depths by distorting the initial wavefront. Large and short range fluctuations of the refractive index can induce aberration and multiple scattering, respectively. Inspired by a recent work [1], we have developed a matrix approach to Full-Field Optical Coherence Tomography (FF-OCT) to push back the fundamental limit of aberrations and multiple scattering. Here, we report on the application of this approach to the imaging of the human cornea and the quantitative measurement of the corneal transparency.

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