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000139718 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1364/AO.44.001806
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000139718 245__ $$aTime-domain optical coherence tomography with digital holographic  microscopy
000139718 269__ $$a2005
000139718 260__ $$c2005
000139718 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000139718 520__ $$aWe show that digital holography can be combined easily with optical coherence  tomography approach. Varying the reference path length is the means used to  acquire a series of holograms at different depths, providing after reconstruction  images of slices at different depths in the specimen thanks to the short- coherence length of light source. A metallic object, covered by a 150-µm-thick  onion cell, is imaged with high resolution. Applications in ophthalmology are  shown: structures of the anterior eye, the cornea, and the iris, are studied on  enucleated porcine eyes. Tomographic images of the iris border close to the  pupil were obtained 165 µm underneath the eye surface.
000139718 6531_ $$a[MVD]
000139718 6531_ $$aHolography : Holography
000139718 6531_ $$aHolography : Computer holography
000139718 6531_ $$aImaging systems : Optical coherence tomography
000139718 6531_ $$aMedical optics and biotechnology : Turbid media
000139718 700__ $$0241129$$aMassatsch, Pia$$g100983
000139718 700__ $$0240472$$aCharrière, Florian$$g119924
000139718 700__ $$0240772$$aCuche, Etienne$$g104844
000139718 700__ $$aMarquet, Pierre
000139718 700__ $$0240009$$aDepeursinge, Christian D.$$g104931
000139718 773__ $$j44$$k10$$q1806-1812$$tApplied Optics
000139718 8564_ $$uhttp://www.opticsinfobase.org/ao/abstract.cfm?id=83170$$zURL
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