Endoscopic probe optics for spectrally encoded confocal microscopy.

@article{Kang2013EndoscopicPO,
  title={Endoscopic probe optics for spectrally encoded confocal microscopy.},
  author={Dongkyun Kang and Robert W. Carruth and Minkyu Kim and Simon C. Schlachter and Milen Shishkov and Kevin E. Woods and Nima Tabatabaei and Tao Wu and Guillermo J. Tearney},
  journal={Biomedical optics express},
  year={2013},
  volume={4 10},
  pages={1925-36}
}
Spectrally encoded confocal microscopy (SECM) is a form of reflectance confocal microscopy that can achieve high imaging speeds using relatively simple probe optics. Previously, the feasibility of conducting large-area SECM imaging of the esophagus in bench top setups has been demonstrated. Challenges remain, however, in translating SECM into a clinically-useable device; the tissue imaging performance should be improved, and the probe size needs to be significantly reduced so that it can fit… CONTINUE READING
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