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Wide-field optical coherence tomography: imaging of biological tissues at 1220 nm
Author(s): Edouard Bordenave; Emmanuel Abraham; Gediminas Jonusauskas; Noriaki Tsurumachi; Jean Oberle; Claude Rulliere; P. E. Minot; M. Lassegues; J. E. Surleve Bazeille
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Paper Abstract

A two-dimensional optical coherence tomography technique has been developed in order to obtain multiple longitudinal slices of a biological sample directly, in a single Z-scan. The system is based on a femtosecond Cr4+:Forsterite laser and an infrared camera for wide-field imaging of the sample with a depth resolution of 9 micrometers . With this imaging apparatus, we investigated biological tissues such as human skin, human tooth and a mouse ear to observe the different constitutive tissues of the samples.

Paper Details

Date Published: 2 November 2001
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 4431, Photon Migration, Optical Coherence Tomography, and Microscopy, (2 November 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.447397
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Edouard Bordenave, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
Emmanuel Abraham, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
Gediminas Jonusauskas, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
Noriaki Tsurumachi, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
Jean Oberle, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
Claude Rulliere, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
P. E. Minot, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
M. Lassegues, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)
J. E. Surleve Bazeille, Univ. Bordeaux I (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4431:
Photon Migration, Optical Coherence Tomography, and Microscopy
Stefan Andersson-Engels; Michael F. Kaschke, Editor(s)

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