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    1. Publisher: classic.iol.co.za
      Since it is contactless, it is also hygienic and its residual fingerprints are not left on a scanner surface, and it is not influenced by moisture and conditions or skin damage.
      - In New fingerprinting technology will aid law enforcement
    2. Publisher: MS Unites
      OCT is not yet a standard exam, but I think this study should promote a change.
      - In Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) and Predicting Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Progression (Video)
    3. Publisher: Optical Coherence Tomography News
      We believe strongly that our MRO™ sub-dermal fingerprint technology can play a key role in addressing the presentation attack problem by providing an effective deployable solution.
      - Don Bogue in Compact Imaging to Demonstrate Sub-dermal Fingerprint for Presentation Attack Detection At GIS2016 in Tampa
    4. Publisher: OSA | OSA Publishing
      Today, interdisciplinary research in biomedical optics is the standard. “And that was less common 25 years ago. A lot of innovation happens at the boundaries of disciplines. OCT is such a rich combination of disciplines—in optics, mechanical systems, electronics, software, medical devices, clinical medicine. That’s one of the reasons there’s been so much innovation in OCT, and that there’s so much more to come.
      - Eric A. Swanson in OSA Centennial Snapshots: OCT and the Flowering of Biophotonics
    5. Publisher: EurekAlert!
      Currently all patients with ACS are uniformly treated with stenting regardless of underlying pathology. This study, for the first time, demonstrates that patients with ACS caused by erosion may benefit from a tailored therapy with anti-thrombotic medications.
      - In Intravascular imaging identifies some heart attack patients who can forgo stenting
    6. Publisher: Optical Coherence Tomography News
      We are excited to bring to market groundbreaking technologies that provide valuable new, detailed information about the microvasculature of the eye, in a manner that reduces the burden for both the patient and the clinic staff...DualTrac Motion Correction allows for improved imaging and quicker data collection to further the clinical utility of OCTA technology by accommodating natural eye movement.
      - Jay Wei in Optovue Announces DualTrac Motion Correction Technology for Faster, Improved Imaging
    7. Publisher: EurekAlert!
      At that point, we know a lot of collaborators at different institutions who would also like to get their hands on one of these.
      - In Handheld device takes high-resolution images of children's retinas
    8. Publisher: express.co.uk
      Our findings show a clear association between thinner macular RNFL and poor cognition in the study population.
      - In YOUR eyes and ears could help diagnose early signs of dementia and THIS is how
    9. Publisher: EurekAlert!
      I am pleased to see how well the OCT technology has evolved over the past 25 years to help diagnose and treat the most common causes of blindness, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma...OCT use continues to grow exponentially in ophthalmology and other medical specialties, including cardiology, dermatology, neurology and gastroenterology.
      - David Huang in Co-invented by OHSU's Dr. David Huang 25 years ago, OCT technology helps stop blindness
    10. Publisher: Optical Coherence Tomography News
      State-of-the-art OCT technology has its limitations: it is bulky, the size of a desk top and quite expensive, costing anything in the region of €100, 000 per unit. It can detect abnormalities but at the present moment, compact, cost effective versions that can be used outside of hospitals and in private practice in a hand held mode do not exist...The core component of our OCTChip project targets the size of a 1 cent coin. It will reduce costs and is maintenance free. Hence retinal diseases like Diabetic Retinopathy and Glaucoma as well as other retina diseases that are worldwide leading causes for blindness might be diagnosed via screening with this cost-effective compact point-of-care version of OCT...OCTChip fosters wide spread use to visualise and quantify the retina in more definition, so we can diagnose diseases better, quicker, and cheaper.
      - Wolfgang Drexler in Coin-Sized Scanner to Target Blindness
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