1. Multiple beams boost resolution of OCT

    Multiple beams boost resolution of OCT
    Optical coherence tomography (OCT), a powerful cross-sectional modality allowing noninvasive imaging of samples in real time and at high resolution, has become the new gold standard in ophthalmic care. But while it is extremely promising for other clinical applications, its use in those areas is not widespread. That is due at least in part to technical constraints, which equipment makers are addressing. One approach, multibeam OCT, promises to advance the use of OCT in cancer detection. OCT was conceived independently by Tanno and Chiba of Yamagata University in 1990, and by Huang and Fujimoto at MIT in 1991.1, 2 ...
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