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    1. Enhanced imaging for optical coherence tomography

      Enhanced imaging for optical coherence tomography

      An imaging device to obtain images, comprising: an optical source; an x-y scanner receiving light from the optical source and directing it onto a sample; a detector receiving reflected light from the scanner; and a computer receiving a signal from the detector and providing a 3D data set containing voxels with a given voxel resolution of a sample, the computer further executing instructions for finding values other than a single axes sum to represent a set of voxels; composing a 2D image using the values.

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      Mentions: Optovue
    2. Computer-Aided Diagnosis Of Retinal Pathologies Using Frontal En-Face Views Of Optical Coherence Tomography

      Computer-Aided Diagnosis Of Retinal Pathologies Using Frontal En-Face Views Of Optical Coherence Tomography

      A system and methods of computer-aided diagnosis for ophthalmology are described that includes acquiring OCT data, determining an RPE fit from the OCT data, and displaying en face images based on the RPE fit. (FR)L'invention concerne un système et des procédés de diagnostic assisté par ordinateur pour l'ophtalmologie, notamment un procédé comportant les étapes consistant à acquérir des données de TCO, déterminer un ajustement d'épithélium pigmentaire rétinien (RPE) à partir des données de TCO et afficher des images en face basées sur l'ajustement RPE.

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    3. Enhanced Imaging For Optical Coherence Tomography

      Enhanced Imaging For Optical Coherence Tomography
      An imaging device to obtain images, comprising: an optical source; an x-y scanner receiving light from the optical source and directing it onto a sample; a detector receiving reflected light from the scanner; and a computer receiving a signal from the detector and providing a 3D data set containing voxels with a given voxel resolution of a sample, the computer further executing instructions for finding values other than a single axes sum to represent a set of voxels; composing a 2D image using the values.
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