Abstract

Recent years has seen remarkable results in high resolution imaging and testing of the human visual system [1-3]. The ability to obtain in vivo images of the human fundus on the cellular level will allow for much earlier diagnosis and treatment of a range of retinal diseases. These advances have been made possible in part through the use of adaptive optics (AO).

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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