Optical coherence tomography scanning with a handheld vitreoretinal micromanipulator
- Optical coherence tomography scanning with a handheld vitreoretinal micromanipulator
- 양성욱; Marcin Balicki; Robert A. MacLachlan; Xuan Liu; Jin U. Kang; Russell H. Taylor; Cameron N. Riviere
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- Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)
- , 948-951
- An active handheld micromanipulator has been developed that is capable of automated intraocular acquisition of B-mode and C-mode optical coherence tomography scans that are up to 4 mm wide. The manipulator is a handheld Gough-Stewart platform actuated by ultrasonic linear motors. The manipulator has been equipped with a Fourier-domain common-path intraocular OCT probe that fits within a 25-gauge needle. The paper describes the systems and techniques
involved, and presents preliminary results of B-mode and Cmode scans.
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