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    1. Publisher: EurekAlert!
      An historic issue with OCT is that the depth resolution is typically several times better than the lateral resolution...If the layers of imaged tissues happen to be horizontal, then they're well defined in the scan. But to extend the full power of OCT for live imaging of tissues throughout the body, a method for overcoming the tradeoff between lateral resolution and depth of imaging was needed.
      - Joseph A. Izatt in Machine learning increases resolution of eye imaging technology
    2. Publisher: beckman.illinois.edu
      With advances in microscopy techniques such as ours, we hope to change the way we detect, visualize and monitor diseases that will lead to better diagnosis, treatments and outcomes.
      - Stephen A. Boppart in IMAGING TECHNIQUE FROM BECKMAN LAB NAMED TOP 10 MICROSCOPY INNOVATION
    3. Publisher: Laser Focus World
      Our technique has the potential of producing robust miniature axicons in glass at a low cost, which could be used in miniaturized imaging systems for biomedical imaging applications, such as optical coherence tomography, or OCT.
      - In Optical Fabrication: Glassblowing technique creates arrays of axicon lenses
    4. Publisher: uab.edu
      We’ve done a lot of benchtop imaging with micro-OCT, but this is the first time we’ve been able to use it in people...It’s unprecedented to see this pathophysiology dynamically in living patients. It will allow us to begin to understand things we never even knew were there.
      - Guillermo J. Tearney in Innovative tool gives researchers new look at the nasal airway in CF patients
    5. Publisher: Optical Coherence Tomography News
      I’m so proud of the team here at NinePoint,...Our group over the years has really pushed the limits of engineering innovation to help patients. This past year has been especially fruitful, with the clearance and market launch of a first-of-its-kind artificial intelligence technology, and now with the clearance of a pancreatico-biliary application for the Low-Profile Optical Probe. The ability to promote to this new anatomical space really strengthens the platform of the NvisionVLE Imaging System, and continues to build the opportunity for this technology to help patients.
      - Eman Namati in NinePoint Medical Announces FDA Clearance for Pancreatic and Biliary Applications of the NvisionVLE® Imaging System
    6. Publisher: EurekAlert!
      Our technique has the potential of producing robust miniature axicons in glass at a low cost, which could be used in miniaturized imaging systems for biomedical imaging applications, such as optical coherence tomography, or OCT.
      - In Microscopic glass blowing used to make tiny optical lenses
    7. Publisher: escardio.org
      Imaging is more accurate, helps guide decisions and facilitates tailored therapy, especially in younger heart attack patients who more frequently have plaque erosion or non-atherosclerotic coronary artery disease.
      - Giulio Guagliumi in Expert consensus published on use of imaging to guide heart attack treatment
    8. Publisher: Optical Coherence Tomography News
      We are very pleased with the outcomes of this study, which are the culmination of hard work by 47 physicians across 18 collaborating hospitals...What is further encouraging is that this study was undertaken without key technological improvements that have since been launched commercially. We anticipate that future studies using the Real-time Targeting laser marking feature and our newly launched artificial intelligence software, Intelligent Real-time Image Segmentation, will improve upon these already very positive results. Working together with our commercial partner, Merit Medical, and many of the leading hospitals in the United States, we are ecstatic that this technology continues to have an important and beneficial impact for patients.
      - Eman Namati in NinePoint Medical Announces Publication of 1000 Patient Registry Study
    9. Publisher: UIC Today
      We can’t use functional OCT/OCTA in the brain to look at neurovascular coupling at the cellular level because the brain is surrounded by the skull, and fine resolution isn’t possible...But we can use functional OCT/OCTA to examine the interactions between individual photoreceptors and their blood vessels in the retina, which is much more accessible in the eye.
      - Xincheng Yao in Detecting eye and brain disease earlier
    10. Publisher: PhysOrg.com
      We've demonstrated a different type of ranging system that possesses superior range resolution and is almost completely free of bandwidth limitations.
      - In Low-bandwidth radar technology provides improved detection of objects
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