Stokes vector analysis of adaptive optics images of the retina.


A high-resolution Stokes vector imaging polarimeter was developed to measure the polarization properties at the cellular level in living human eyes. The application of this cellular level polarimetric technique to in vivo retinal imaging has allowed us to measure depolarization in the retina and to improve the retinal image contrast of retinal structures based on their polarization properties.

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@article{Song2008StokesVA, title={Stokes vector analysis of adaptive optics images of the retina.}, author={Hongxin Song and Yanming Zhao and XiaoFeng Qi and Yuenping Toco Chui and Stephen A. Burns}, journal={Optics letters}, year={2008}, volume={33 2}, pages={137-9} }