1. Articles from Tieying Zhou

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    1. Endoscopic optical coherence tomography with a focus-adjustable probe

      Endoscopic optical coherence tomography with a focus-adjustable probe

      We present a focus-adjustable endoscopic probe for optical coherence tomography (OCT), which is able to acquire images with different focal planes and overcome depth-of-focus limitations by image fusing. The use of a two-way shape-memory-alloy spring enables the probe to adjust working distance over 1.5 mm, providing a large scanning range with high resolution and no sensitivity loss. Equipped with a homemade hollow-core ultrasonic motor, the probe is capable of performing an unobstructed 360 deg field-of-view distal scanning. Both the axial resolution and the best lateral resolution are ∼ 4    μm ∼4  μm , with a sensitivity of 100.3 dB. Spectral-domain ...

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    2. Feature Of The Week 10/13/13: Tsinghua University Demonstrates a Tiny OCT Endoscopic Probe Using a Hollow Ultrasonic Motor

      Feature Of The Week 10/13/13: Tsinghua University Demonstrates a Tiny OCT Endoscopic Probe Using a Hollow Ultrasonic Motor

      Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an emerging modality for obtaining cross-sectional images. Due to limitation of the light penetration, small and high resolution probes for endoscopic OCT have been regarded as powerful tools in examining internal organs. Among them, circumferential probes are utilized extensively for imaging within hollow tissues, such as arteries, esophagus, and colon. In recent years, distal scanning is of high interest, as the whole fiber remains stationary in this case. The twisting and nonuniformity in the conventional proximal scanning are avoided. However, some problems emerge such as the wire-shadow effect and the relative large size of the ...

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    3. Tiny endoscopic optical coherence tomography probe driven by a miniaturized hollow ultrasonic motor

      Tiny endoscopic optical coherence tomography probe driven by a miniaturized hollow ultrasonic motor

      We present an endoscopic probe for optical coherence tomography (OCT) equipped with a miniaturized hollow ultrasonic motor that rotates the objective lens and provides an internal channel for the fiber to pass through, enabling 360 deg unobstructed circumferential scanning. This probe has an outer diameter of 1.5 mm, which is ultra-small for motorized probes with an unobstructed view in distal scanning endoscopic OCT. Instead of a mirror or prism, a customized aspheric right-angle lens is utilized, leading to an enlargement of the numerical aperture and thus high transverse resolution. Spectral-domain OCT imaging of bio-tissue and a phantom are demonstrated ...

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