In vivo Brillouin optical microscopy of the human eye
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CitationScarcelli, Giuliano, and Seok Hyun Yun. 2012. In vivo brillouin optical microscopy of the human eye. Optics Express 20(8): 9197-9202.
AbstractWe report the first Brillouin measurement of the human eye in vivo. We constructed a Brillouin optical scanner safe for human use by employing continuous-wave laser light at 780 nm at a low power of 0.7 mW. With a single scan along the optic axis of the eye, the axial profile of Brillouin frequency shift was obtained with a pixel acquisition time of 0.4 s and axial resolution of about 60 μm, showing the depth-dependent biomechanical properties in the cornea and lens.
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