Imaging the human eye using visible light Optical Coherence Tomography

Brief description of study

We will perform non-invasive optical imaging of the retina in adult human subjects with a low power light beam. The objective is to test this technology for imaging a cross-section of retinal diseases as well as eyes without retinal disease. It is important to note that OCT technology is FDA-approved and routinely used by ophthalmologists as a gold standard for inspection. It uses low-powered laser light that does not cause any deleterious effects to our normal vision, and could provide high-resolution cross-sectional image of the posterior segment of the eye.




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