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Adaptive Optics in Ophthalmic Imaging

Adaptive Optics (AO) has been combined with a variety of ophthalmic instruments over the last few years to provide cellular-level, in-vivo images of the eye. The use of new generation deformable mirrors in these instruments has recently been demonstrated to increase imaging capability. This technology enables the instrument to visualize nerve fibers, photoreceptors, and flow of white blood cells in retinal capillaries. This course will review the technical basics of AO and will review present and future applications.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the basic concepts of adaptive optics
  • Understand how the technology can be used to improve ophthalmic imaging


Provided by OPS

Instructor: Joseph Carroll, PhD

Level: Intermediate

CEC/NCH Exp: January 2016

(Adaptive Optics in Ophthalmic Imaging)

Credits: 1 JCAHPO Group A, 1 OPS CEC (1:1)
Format: Audio / Powerpoint
Available for Immediate Access

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coa,cst Jan 6, 2016 1:04 PM
By: Donna M. Riley

very informative.

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