1. High performance OCTA enabled by combining features of shape, intensity, and complex decorrelation

    High performance OCTA enabled by combining features of shape, intensity, and complex decorrelation

    Motion contrast optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) entails a precise identification of dynamic flow signals from the static background, but an intermediate region with voxels exhibiting a mixed distribution of dynamic and static scatterers is almost inevitable in practice, which degrades the vascular contrast and connectivity. In this work, the static-dynamic intermediate region was pre-defined according to the asymptotic relation between inverse signal-to-noise ratio (iSNR) and decorrelation, which was theoretically derived for signals with different flow rates based on a multi-variate time series (MVTS) model. Then the ambiguous voxels in the intermediate region were further differentiated using a shape mask ...

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