1. Articles mentioning both University of Waterloo and Kostadinka K. Bizheva

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    1. In vivo Assessment of Thickness and Reflectivity in a Rat Outer Retinal Degeneration Model with Ultrahigh Resolution Optical Coherence Tomography

      In vivo Assessment of Thickness and Reflectivity in a Rat Outer Retinal Degeneration Model with Ultrahigh Resolution Optical Coherence Tomography
      ... Waterloo, 200 University Ave, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada 4. ^4Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave West, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada 1. ↵* Department of Physic...
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    2. Correlation of visually evoked intrinsic optical signals and electroretinograms recorded from chicken retina with a combined functional optical coherence tomography and electroretinography system

      Correlation of visually evoked intrinsic optical signals and electroretinograms recorded from chicken retina with a combined functional optical coherence tomography and electroretinography system
      Visually evoked fast intrinsic optical signals (IOSs) were recorded for the first time in vivo from all layers of healthy chicken retina by using a combined functional optical coherence tomography (fOCT) and electroretinography (ERG) system. The fast IOSs were observed to develop within ∼ 5  ms from the on-set of the visual stimulus, whereas slow IOSs were measured up to 1 s later. The visually evoked IOSs and ERG traces were ...
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    3. Tensor total variation approach to optical coherence tomography reconstruction for improved visualization of retinal microvasculature

      Tensor total variation approach to optical coherence tomography reconstruction for improved visualization of retinal microvasculature
      ...ssing : Image recognition, algorithms and filters Citation Alexander Wong, Sepideh Hariri, Eun Sun Song, and Kostadinka Bizheva, "Tensor total variation approach to optical coherence tomography reconstruction for ...
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    4. Automated detection and cell density assessment of keratocytes in the human corneal stroma from ultrahigh resolution optical coherence tomograms

      Automated detection and cell density assessment of keratocytes in the human corneal stroma from ultrahigh resolution optical coherence tomograms
      ...mage processing : Image recognition, algorithms and filters Citation Amir-Hossein Karimi, Alexander Wong, and Kostadinka Bizheva, "Automated detection and cell density assessment of keratocytes in the human corneal strom...
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    5. Case report: Chalazion and its features visualized by ultrahigh resolution optical coherence tomography

      Case report: Chalazion and its features visualized by ultrahigh resolution optical coherence tomography
      Abstract Purpose The purpose of this case report is to highlight the clinical characteristics of a recurrent chalazion through the use of digital photography and ultra-high resolution optical coherence tomography (UHROCT). Case report A single case is presented, along with digital biomicroscopic photographs and UHROCT images. Discussion A review of the literature describing the histopathological and associations of chalazia and other disorders, suggest it may be possible to differentiate different ...
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    6. In vivo volumetric imaging of the human upper eyelid with ultrahigh-resolution optical coherence tomography

      In vivo volumetric imaging of the human upper eyelid with ultrahigh-resolution optical coherence tomography
      The upper eyelid is a biological tissue with complex structure, essential for the maintenance of an optically clear ocular surface due to its physical (blinking) effect. The Meibomian glands (MGs) are structures that lie beneath the surface of the inner eyelid and are partially responsible for the production of the superficial oily layer of the tear film. The MGs are only superficially visible under magnification when the eyelid is everted ...
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    7. Combined optical coherence tomography and electroretinography system for in vivo simultaneous morphological and functional imaging of the rodent retina

      Combined optical coherence tomography and electroretinography system for in vivo simultaneous morphological and functional imaging of the rodent retina
      ...Akhlagh Moayed,^1 Sepideh Hariri,^1 Chulho Hyun,^1 Bruce Doran,^2 Timothy W. Kraft,^3 Shelley Boyd,^4 and Kostadinka Bizheva^1 ^1University of Waterloo, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 200 University Avenue ...
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    8. Limiting factors to the OCT axial resolution
for in-vivo imaging of human and rodent retina in the 1060nm wavelength range

      Limiting factors to the OCT axial resolution
for in-vivo imaging of human and rodent retina in the 1060nm wavelength range
      ...ory Pending Citation Sepideh Hariri, Alireza A. Moayed, Aphrodite Dracopolos, Chulho Hyun, Shelley Boyd, and Kostadinka Bizheva, "Limiting factors to the OCT axial resolution
for in-vivo imaging of human and rodent reti...
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    9. Modelling the optical response of human retinal photoreceptors to plane wave illumination with the finite integration technique

      ...jimoto, Joseph A. Izatt, Valery V. Tuchin ABSTRACT Alireza Akhlagh Moayed, Shannon Dang, Omar M. Ramahi, and Kostadinka K. Bizheva Univ. of Waterloo (Canada) The^ early stages of ocular diseases such as Diabetic Retinop...
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    10. The broadest spectral bandwidth suitable for in-vivo UHROCT imaging of human and animal retina at 1060nm

      A computational model for an "ideal" light source for in-vivo UHROCT imaging of human and animal retina is presented. The model considers parameters such as the wavelength dependent absorption of water, the length of the human or animal eye, the power limitations for the imaging beam as defined in the ANSI standard, etc., to determinethe broadest possible spectral bandwidth that can result in the best axial OCT resolution in the ...
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