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Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research, Imaging & Diagnostics

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Taken at differing anatomic depths, these monochromatic volume scans offer a detailed visualization of the superior arcade of a non-human primate. The ability to image at this resolution allows for careful monitoring of disease progression, granting accurate diagnosis of patients with inner and outer retinal pathology.

Credit: Nimesh Patel, Houston School of Optometry

 






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