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Crystalline lens gradient refractive index and posterior surface shape from multiple orientations OCT imaging: towards a reconstruction in vivo?

AuthorsCastro, Alberto de ; Birkenfeld, J. ; Maceo, B. M.; Ruggeri, M.; Arrieta, E. A.; Parel, J. M. A.; Manns, F.; Marcos, Susana
Issue Date6-May-2014
CitationARVO Annual Meeting (2014)
AbstractThe gradient index (GRIN) plays a key role in the crystalline lens optical properties, yet most current estimations are in vitro. We provide computational and experimental evidence to extend a method previously applied in vitro and reconstruct both the GRIN and posterior lens surface using optical coherence tomography (OCT) images obtained from multiple projections.
DescriptionOrlando, United States, 4–8 May 2014
Appears in Collections:(CFMAC-IO) Comunicaciones congresos
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