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    1. Visualization of the Basement Membrane Zone of the Bladder by Optical Coherence Tomography: Feasibility of Noninvasive Evaluation of Tumor Invasion

      Visualization of the Basement Membrane Zone of the Bladder by Optical Coherence Tomography: Feasibility of Noninvasive Evaluation of Tumor Invasion
      Visualization of the Basement Membrane Zone of the Bladder by Optical Coherence Tomography: Feasibility of Noninvasive Evaluation of Tumor Invasion Barbara Hermesa, Felix Spölerb, Amjad Naamia, Jörg Bornemannc, Michael Förstb, Joachim Grossec, Gerhard Jaksec, Ruth Knüchela Corresponding Author Information email address Received 24 October 2007; accepted 29 February 2008. published online 02 May 2008. Objectives Imaging techniques with high resolution are evolving rapidly for medical applications
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    2. Simultaneous dual-band ultra-high resolution optical coherence tomography

      Simultaneous dual-band ultra-high resolution optical coherence tomography
      Ultra-high resolution optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging is demonstrated simultaneously at 840 nm and 1230 nm central wavelength using an off-the-shelf turn-key supercontinuum light source. Spectral filtering of the light source emission results in a double peak spectrum with average powers exceeding 100 mW and bandwidths exceeding 200 nm for each wavelength band. A free-space OCT setup optimized to support both wavelengths in parallel is introduced. OCT imaging of biological tissue ex vivo and in vivo is demonstrated with axial resolutions measured to be < 2 μm and < 4 μm at 840 nm and 1230 nm, respectively. This measuring scheme is ...
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