从小鼠视网膜多种成像方式探讨眼科光学成像技术进展

Translated title of the contribution: Review of Advances in Ophthalmic Optical Imaging Technologies from Several Mouse Retinal Imaging Methods

Pengfei Zhang, Tingwei Zhang, Weiye Song, Yiming Lu, Yifan Jian

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Abstract

Animal studies play very important roles in the basic science research. Recently, several optical imaging methods, which are widely adopted in human retinal imaging, have been successfully applied into animal retina researches. By providing high-resolution cellular details about the retina without the need for histological section, these optical imaging methods provide powerful tools for researchers to study the animal retina. Correspondingly, several new technologies have been developed for animal retina researches, which are also applicable for human retinal imaging, or provide new insights in understanding the human retina function mechanism. Based on their own research experiences in in vivo optical imaging methods for mouse retinas, the authors review several latest break-through technology developments in animal and human retinal high resolution imaging with a focus on demonstration of the "can-do" ability of the current technologies, hoping it will provide new insights to promote the advancements for ophthalmic imaging in both species.

Translated title of the contributionReview of Advances in Ophthalmic Optical Imaging Technologies from Several Mouse Retinal Imaging Methods
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Article number0207003
JournalZhongguo Jiguang/Chinese Journal of Lasers
Volume47
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 10 2020

Keywords

  • Imaging systems
  • Medical optics
  • Ophthalmic optics and devices
  • Ophthalmology

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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