Abstract

A confocal reflectance theta line-scanner provides optical sectioning of 2-10 pm and images nuclear, cellular and architectural detail within human skin in vivo, comparable to that of point scanners and histology. Key design challenges are mismatch between illumination and detection paths, linear detector sensitivity, pupil edge aberrations and pixel crosstalk.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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