Group index of the human cornea at 1.3-microm wavelength obtained in vitro by optical coherence domain reflectometry.

@article{Lin2004GroupIO,
  title={Group index of the human cornea at 1.3-microm wavelength obtained in vitro by optical coherence domain reflectometry.},
  author={Roger Lin and Mark A. Shure and Andrew M. Rollins and Joseph A. Izatt and David Huang},
  journal={Optics letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={83-5}
}
The group index of the cornea, rather than the phase refractive index, is required for thickness calculations with optical coherence tomography. Recent advances with high-speed optical coherence tomography at 1.3 microm make index measurement at this wavelength of great interest. Group indices of three human corneas from an eye bank were measured in vitro with optical coherence domain reflectometry. Measurements were made in a calibrated cuvette filled with a preservation medium to maintain… CONTINUE READING

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