Review of the possibilities opened by en-face OCT to imaging the eye is presented, such as: combination of OCT with cSLO technology, adjustable depth resolution OCT, simultaneous OCT/fluorescence angiography and combination of OCT with adaptive optics. Reoccurring patterns in en-face OCT images is a promising avenue in diagnosis of diseases.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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