1. Articles from Nathaniel J. Kemp

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    1. OCT-IVUS catheter for concurrent luminal imaging

      OCT-IVUS catheter for concurrent luminal imaging

      The invention relates to an apparatus for in vivo imaging. More specifically, the present invention relates to a catheter that incorporates an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) system and an Intravascular Ultrasound ("IVUS) system for concurrent imaging of luminal systems, such as imaging the vasculature system, including, without limitation, cardiac vasculature, peripheral vasculature and neural vasculature.

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    2. Polarization-sensitive spectral interferometry as a function of depth for tissue identification

      Polarization-sensitive spectral interferometry as a function of depth for tissue identification

      A polarization sensitive spectral interferometer apparatus and method for analyzing a sample by optical energy reflected from the sample. The polarization sensitive spectral interferometer apparatus and method determines polarization properties of the sample by optical energy reflected from the sample. The method for analyzing a sample with a spectral interferometer identifies the tissue type of the sample by the polarization properties as a function of depth from the sample.

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    3. Systems for correcting distortions in a medical image and methods of use thereof

      Systems for correcting distortions in a medical image and methods of use thereof

      The invention relates generally systems for correcting distortion in a medical image and methods of use thereof. Methods and systems for displaying a medical image of a lumen of a biological structure, generally comprise obtaining image data of a lumen of a biological structure from an imaging device, correcting the image data for translational distortions, in which correcting is accomplished without reference to another data set, and displaying a corrected image.

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    4. Forward-imaging optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems and probes

      Forward-imaging optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems and probes

      Provided are forward-imaging optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems and probes. In one embodiment, a scanning reflector surface is configured to be rotated about two axes in a single operating plane to direct light transmitted along the sample path to a sample to be imaged.

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