Utilization of Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy to diagnose glaucoma
- Utilization of Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy to diagnose glaucoma
- 오주영; 김유정; 조준형; 조영호; 김철기; 이택진; 김선호; 이석; 박기호; 이혁재; 전성찬; 김석환; 김재헌
- 녹내장; 미분 간섭 현미경; Ganglion cell; cell level imaging
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- 제21회 광전자 및 광통신 학술회의 (COOC 2014)
- VOL T2C, NO V4, 222-223
- Glaucoma, one of retinal diseases, was observed with differential interference contrast (DIC)
microscopy. Glaucoma is generally caused by continuously increased pressure in an eyeball,
in which the pressure affects optic nerve connected to ganglion cells by axons. Therefore, a
general indicator for detecting glaucoma is to observe the number or density of ganglion cells.
The images obtained by the DIC show apparently different number of cells in the comparison
between normal and abnormal states.
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