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In-vivo recording the birefringence of the human cornea
Author(s): Elzbieta B. Jankowska-Kuchta; Jaroslaw W. Jaronski; Ewa Lukaszewicz
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Paper Abstract

The birefringence of the human eye with the use of the polarized light have been investigated. The experiments were conducted in an eye clinic on patients eyes in vivo. A video camera was focused on the iris of the non-dilated pupil. The polarized light beam that passed twice through the cornea and is scattered from the iris of the human eye, generates a polarized pattern on that iris. Such patterns were recorded and analyzed. The results which contribute to better understanding of the cornea behavior are discussed.

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Date Published: 15 January 1996
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 2628, Optical and Imaging Techniques for Biomonitoring, (15 January 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.229992
Show Author Affiliations
Elzbieta B. Jankowska-Kuchta, Technical Univ. of Wroclaw (Poland)
Jaroslaw W. Jaronski, Technical Univ. of Wroclaw (Poland)
Ewa Lukaszewicz, General Hospital, Wroclaw (Poland)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2628:
Optical and Imaging Techniques for Biomonitoring
Hans-Jochen Foth; Renato Marchesini; Halina Podbielska; Michel Robert-Nicoud; Herbert Schneckenburger, Editor(s)

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