In vivo pachymetry in normal eyes of rats, mice and rabbits with the optical low coherence reflectometer

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The aim of this study was to determine the central corneal thickness (CCT) in living rats, mice and rabbits using a non-contact, high-speed optical low coherence reflectometer (OLCR) mounted on a regular slit lamp. Both eyes of eight male Wistar rats, eight male balb-c mice and eight male Japanese rabbits were measured. Each eye was measured twice (one… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/S0042-6989(03)00005-1

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@article{Schulz2003InVP, title={In vivo pachymetry in normal eyes of rats, mice and rabbits with the optical low coherence reflectometer}, author={Dominic Schulz and Milko E. Iliev and Beatrice E. Frueh and David Goldblum}, journal={Vision Research}, year={2003}, volume={43}, pages={723-728} }