Optical coherence tomography visualizes neurons in human entorhinal cortex

@article{Magnain2015OpticalCT,
  title={Optical coherence tomography visualizes neurons in human entorhinal cortex},
  author={Caroline Magnain and Jean Augustinack and Ender Konukoğlu and Matthew P. Frosch and Sava Sakadzic and Ani Varjabedian and Nathalie Garcia and Van J. Wedeen and David A. Boas and Bruce Fischl},
  journal={Neurophotonics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2}
}
Abstract. The cytoarchitecture of the human brain is of great interest in diverse fields: neuroanatomy, neurology, neuroscience, and neuropathology. Traditional histology is a method that has been historically used to assess cell and fiber content in the ex vivo human brain. However, this technique suffers from significant distortions. We used a previously demonstrated optical coherence microscopy technique to image individual neurons in several square millimeters of en-face tissue blocks from… CONTINUE READING

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