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Compact LED-based full-field optical coherence microscopy for high-resolution high-speed in vivo imaging (Poster)

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Jonas Ogien
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Arnaud Dubois

Abstract

This work reports on a compact full-field optical coherence microscopy (FF-OCM) setup specifically designed to meet the needs for in vivo imaging, illuminated by a high-brightness broadband light emitting diode (LED). Broadband LEDs have spectra potentially large enough to provide imaging spatial resolutions similar to those reached using conventional halogen lamps, but their radiance can be much higher, which leads to high speed acquisition and makes in vivo imaging possible. We introduce a FF-OCM setup using a 2.3 W broadband LED, with an interferometer designed to be as compact as possible in order to provide the basis for a portable system that will make it possible to fully benefit from the capacity for in vivo imaging by providing the ability to image any region of interest in real-time. The interferometer part of the compact FF-OCM setup weighs 210 g for a size of 11×11×5 cm3. Using this setup, a sub-micron axial resolution was reached, with a detection sensitivity of 68 dB at an imaging rate of 250 Hz. Due to the high imaging rate, the sensitivity could be improved by accumulation while maintaining an acquisition time short enough for in vivo imaging. It was possible to reach a sensitivity of 75 dB at a 50 Hz imaging rate. High resolution in vivo human skin images were obtained with this setup and compared with images of excised human skin, showing high similarity.
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hal-01522112 , version 1 (12-05-2017)

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Jonas Ogien, Arnaud Dubois. Compact LED-based full-field optical coherence microscopy for high-resolution high-speed in vivo imaging (Poster). SPIE Photonics West, Optical coherence tomography and coherence domain optical methods in biomedicine XXI, Jan 2017, San Francisco, United States. pp.UNSP 100532M. ⟨hal-01522112⟩
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