Optical Coherence Tomography: History, Current Status, and Laboratory Work

  • Gabriele M
  • Wollstein G
  • Ishikawa H
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Optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging has become widespread in ophthalmology over the past 15 years, because of its ability to visualize ocular structures at high resolution. This article reviews the history of OCT imaging of the eye, its current status, and the laboratory work that is driving the future of the technology.

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  • Michelle L. Gabriele

  • Gadi Wollstein

  • Hiroshi Ishikawa

  • Larry Kagemann

  • Juan Xu

  • Lindsey S. Folio

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