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    2. Clinical OCT Angiography Atlas (Textbook)

      Clinical OCT Angiography Atlas (Textbook)

      Guide to the understanding and interpretation of Angio-OCT · Provides complete overview of technique and interpretation, including terminology · Describes use of OCT for diagnosis of ocular diseases and disorders in different parts of the eye, and future developments · Highly illustrated with more than 250 clinical images · Internationally recognised editor and author team comprising leading clinicians and researchers in ophthalmology and OCT imaging

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    3. Dr. David Huang Joins the Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) Scientific Advisory Board

      Dr. David Huang Joins the Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) Scientific Advisory Board
      ...t applications. For information on RPB grant program, please see https://www.rpbusa.org/rpb/grants/grants/

      David Huang, MD, PhD, Peterson Professor of Ophthalmology and Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Oregon He...

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    4. Study shows new technology may improve management of leading causes of blindness

      Study shows new technology may improve management of leading causes of blindness
      ... Human Eye ,” was authored by a team of researchers at OHSU's Casey Eye Institute, including Yali Jia, Ph.D.; David Huang, M.D. Ph.D.; Steven T. Bailey, M.D.; Thomas S. Hwang, M.D.; Mark E. Pennesi, M.D.; David Wilson, M...
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    5. Postprocessing algorithms to minimize fixed-pattern artifact and reduce trigger jitter in swept source optical coherence tomography

      Postprocessing algorithms to minimize fixed-pattern artifact and reduce trigger jitter in swept source optical coherence tomography
      ...iu,^1,^* Ou Tan,^1 Simon S. Gao,^1 Alex D. Pechauer,^1 ByungKun Lee,^2 Chen D. Lu,^2 James G. Fujimoto,^2 and David Huang^1 ^1Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, USA ^2Departmen...
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    6. Measurement of retinal blood flow in normal Chinese American subjects by Doppler Fourier-domain optical coherence tomography

      Measurement of retinal blood flow in normal Chinese American subjects by Doppler Fourier-domain optical coherence tomography

      PURPOSE: To measure total retinal blood flow (TRBF) in normal, healthy Chinese-Americans using semi-automated analysis of Doppler Fourier-domain optical coherence tomography (FD-OCT) scans. METHODS: Two hundred sixty-six normal, healthy Chinese-American participants (266 eyes) were enrolled from The Chinese American Eye Study (CHES). All participants underwent complete ophthalmic examination, including best-corrected visual acuity, indirect ophthalmoscopy and Doppler FD-OCT imaging, using the circumpapillary double circular scan protocol. TRBF and other vascular parameters (e.g. venous and arterial cross-sectional area and their velocities) were calculated using Doppler OCT of Retinal Circulation software. Associations between TRBF and other clinical parameters were assessed using bivariate ...

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    7. Aqueous Cell Differentiation in Anterior Uveitis Using Fourier-domain Optical Coherence Tomography

      Aqueous Cell Differentiation in Anterior Uveitis Using Fourier-domain Optical Coherence Tomography

      Purpose: The differential diagnosis of a patient presenting with anterior uveitis is broad and can present a diagnostic challenge. In this study, we evaluate the characteristic findings of inflammatory cells on optical coherence tomography (OCT) both in vitro and in vivo. Methods: Blood from two healthy volunteers was prepared using standardized methods for cell sorting with a flow cytometer (FASCAria; BD Biosciences). Neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, and red blood cells were placed in suspension and scanned with a 26 kHz Fourier-domain OCT system (RTVue; Optovue, Inc.) with 5 µm axial resolution. Custom software algorithms were used to identify cells based on ...

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    8. Noninvasive Ocular Angiography by Optical Coherence Tomography (Book Chapter)

      Noninvasive Ocular Angiography by Optical Coherence Tomography (Book Chapter)

      Diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and glaucoma are all associated with impaired circulation. Noninvasive assessment of ocular circulation would be very powerful for understanding and diagnosing these eye diseases. Using high-speed optical coherence tomography (OCT), we developed a new OCT angiography algorithm called split-spectrum amplitude-decorrelation angiography (SSADA) for imaging ocular microcirculation. Here, the system and theory of this novel OCT angiography technique are reviewed; its capabilities for imaging retinal, choroidal, and optic nerve head blood flow are demonstrated; and its limitation is discussed.

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    9. Advanced Imaging for Glaucoma Study: Design, Baseline Characteristics, and Inter-Site Comparison

      Advanced Imaging for Glaucoma Study: Design, Baseline Characteristics, and Inter-Site Comparison

      Purpose To report the baseline characteristics of the participants in the Advanced Imaging for Glaucoma Study. To compare the participating sites for variations among subjects and the performance of imaging instruments. Design Multi-center longitudinal observational cohort study Methods A total of 788 participants (1,329 eyes) were enrolled from three academic referral centers. There were 145 participants (289 eyes) in the normal group, 394 participants (663 eyes) in the glaucoma suspect/preperimetric glaucoma group, and 249 participants (377 eyes) in the perimetric glaucoma group. Participants underwent a full clinical exam, standard automated perimetry, and imaging with time-domain and Fourier-domain optical ...

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    10. OCT Vitrectomy Probe

      OCT Vitrectomy Probe

      Disclosed herein is a vitrectomy probe, comprising a beam steering system configured to receive a light beam from a sample fiber of an optical coherence tomography instrument; a fundus illumination system configured to receive a beam of white light from a white light source via a multimode fiber; a dichroic mirror; and a beam delivery system configured to illuminate the retina of a subject.

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  2. About David Huang

    David Huang

    David Huang joined the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Casey Eye Institute in 2010 as a Professor of Ophthalmology. Dr. Huang earned the MD degree from Harvard University and a PhD in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He received ophthalmology residency training at USC and fellowship training in cornea, external disease and refractive surgery at Emory University School of Medicine. Before joining the OHSU faculty, Dr. Huang was on the staff of the Cole Eye Institute of the Cleveland Clinic and later on the faculty of Doheny Eye Institute of University of Southern California. Dr. Huang has been named one of best doctors in America by his peers (www.bestdoctors.com) and among the top LASIK surgeons by www.trustedlasiksurgeons.com based on research experience and premier patient care. Dr. Huang is known for his innovations in applying laser and optical technology to eye diseases. He is a co-inventor of optical coherence tomography (OCT), an imaging technology that has been applied to the measurement of eye structures with unprecedented precision. He continues his research in applying OCT to corneal and cataract surgery, glaucoma and retinal diseases

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    1. OCT is the most commonly used eye imaging test in the management of the leading causes of blindness today: macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. I am proud to be a key contributor to the technology that is preserving vision for people around the world.
      In OHSU Casey Eye Institute Inventor Dr. David Huang Earns International Award for Advances in Eye Imaging
    2. Seeing the blood flow in many layers of the retina is incredibly important because the most important causes of blindness in the world are due to abnormal blood circulation.
      In OHSU Casey Eye Institute Inventor Dr. David Huang Earns International Award for Advances in Eye Imaging
    3. There are a few circumstances where mapping the posterior surface is also useful, for example, in post-LASIK cataract surgery intraocular lens calculations, where measuring the anterior surface alone is not sufficient to really accurately measure the net corneal power.
      In Versatile corneal, anterior segment imaging technologies improve accuracy
    4. Confocal microscopy of the cornea has been around for a long time but it still doesn’t have a lot of specificity in looking at microorganisms...Some sort of in vivo staining or fluorescence that allows us to really distinguish infections or microorganisms with confocal imaging would be great
      In Versatile corneal, anterior segment imaging technologies improve accuracy
    5. OCT has higher resolution than any of the anterior segment modalities....I think eventually any function that a topography, ultrasound or slit scanning can do, OCT can do better.
      In OCT devices increasingly finding use outside retinal practice
    6. OCT has higher resolution than any of the anterior segment modalities...I think eventually any function that a topography, ultrasound or slit scanning can do, OCT can do better.”
      In OCT devices increasingly finding use outside retinal practice
    7. It just requires special scanning software that could easily be put on the OCT machines that most retinal specialists have.
      In Shining Light on Diabetes-Related Blindness
    8. People with poor blood flow don't respond well to some of the laser treatments used for retinopathy, and they are at a higher risk for proliferative retinopathy.
      In Shining Light on Diabetes-Related Blindness