Retinal images are comprised of light returning from tissues that are directly backscattering, or polarization-preserving, and multiply scattering, or depolarizing. By analyzing the polarization content of retinal images, pathological structures in age-related macular degeneration, macular hole, diabetes, and glaucoma are revealed in a non-invasive manner.

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