1. Articles from k. s. lee

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    1. Phase-resolved Doppler imaging with dual-detection full-range frequency domain optical coherence tomography

      Phase-resolved Doppler imaging with dual-detection full-range frequency domain optical coherence tomography

      We have reported a technique of full-range imaging so-called a Dual-Detection Frequency Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (DD-FD-OCT), in which two spectra, representing real and imaginary components of a complex spectral interference, are simultaneously acquired by two detection channels. In this paper, we will discuss in detail a mirror rejection performance of DD-FD-OCT. Furthermore, we present an implementation of DD-FD-OCT for phase-resolved Doppler imaging. The DD-FD-OCT signal is achieved without manipulation of the phase relation between consecutive axial lines and hence its phase information is almost identical to that acquired by the conventional FD-OCT. As a result, the full-range DD-FD-OCT is ...

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    2. Full-range spectral domain Doppler optical coherence tomography

      Full-range spectral domain Doppler optical coherence tomography
      Spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) systems achieve higher sensitivities compared to time domain OCT systems. However, one of the main challenges in SD-OCT is the obscuring object structure called "ghost image" or "mirror image" that arises from the Fourier transform of a real function. We have designed and developed a phaseshifting- based full-range SD-OCT system that we refer to as the dual detection full range SD-OCT. The proposed technique simultaneously obtains the quadrature components of a complex spectral interference. Therefore, the technique enables full range imaging without any loss of speed and is intrinsically less sensitive to movements of ...
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    3. Sub-cellular resolution imaging with Gabor domain optical coherence microscopy

      Sub-cellular resolution imaging with Gabor domain optical coherence microscopy
      Optical Coherence Microscopy (OCM) utilizes a high NA microscope objective in the sample arm to achieve an axially and laterally high resolution OCT image. An increase in NA, however, leads to a dramatically decreased depth of focus (DOF), and hence shortens the imaging depth range so that high lateral resolution is maintained only within a small depth region around the focal plane. One solution to increase the depth of imaging while keeping a high lateral resolution is dynamic-focusing. Utilizing the voltage controlled refocus capability of a liquid lens, we have recently presented a solution for invariant high resolution imaging using ...
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    4. Gabor domain optical coherence microscopy

      Gabor domain optical coherence microscopy
      Optical Coherence Microscopy (OCM) utilizes a higher NA microscope objective in the sample arm of a low coherence interferometer than in Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) to achieve axially and laterally high-resolution optical tomographic images. An increase in NA, however, leads to a dramatically decreased depth of focus (DOF), and hence shortens the imaging depth range so that high lateral resolution is maintained only within a small depth region around the focal plane. One solution to increase the depth of imaging while keeping a high lateral resolution is dynamic-focusing. Utilizing the voltage controlled refocus capability of a liquid lens, we have ...
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