1. Directional property of the retinal reflection measured with optical coherence tomography and wavefront sensing (Thesis)

    Directional property of the retinal reflection measured with optical coherence tomography and wavefront sensing (Thesis)
    The last thirty years have experienced tremendous advancement in our understanding of light-tissue interactions in the human retina. Nevertheless, major gaps remain, and our modeling of light return from the back of the eye continues to evolve. The objective of this thesis is to investigate one of these gaps, specifically that related to the directional property (angular dependence) of the retinal reflection and in particular that of cone photoreceptors. Directionality of cones is commonly referred to as the optical Stiles-Crawford effect (SCE). While cone directionality is well known to originate from their waveguide properties, considerable uncertainty remains as to which ...
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