Development of a clinical prototype of a miniature hand-held optical coherence tomography probe for prematurity and pediatric ophthalmic imaging

Shaozhen Song, Kanheng Zhou, Jing Jiang Xu, Qinqin Zhang, Shuyuan Lyu, Ruikang Wang (Lead / Corresponding author)

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We report a novel design and operation of a highly integrated miniature handheld OCT probe, with high-speed angiography function that can be used in clinical settings for young children and infants, providing rapid, non-invasive structural and angiographic imaging of the retina and choroid. The imaging system is operated at 200 kHz, with 3D OCT and OCTA scan time of 0.8 and 3.2 seconds, respectively, and the scanning angle on the pupil is ± 36°, covering the full perifoveal region. Operator assisting features of the direct-view iris camera and on-probe display are integrated into the hand-held probe, and the fixation target can display animations to attract the attention of young subjects. Compared to conventional OCT systems, the high-speed hand-held OCT system significantly improves the operator's experience and scanning efficiency, which is important for imaging infants. Imaging results indicate a significant reduction in total time consumption in pediatric ophthalmic imaging sessions, as well as the image quality of OCT angiography.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2383-2398
Number of pages16
JournalBiomedical Optics Express
Volume10
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2019

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Song, Shaozhen ; Zhou, Kanheng ; Xu, Jing Jiang ; Zhang, Qinqin ; Lyu, Shuyuan ; Wang, Ruikang. / Development of a clinical prototype of a miniature hand-held optical coherence tomography probe for prematurity and pediatric ophthalmic imaging. In: Biomedical Optics Express. 2019 ; Vol. 10, No. 5. pp. 2383-2398.
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Development of a clinical prototype of a miniature hand-held optical coherence tomography probe for prematurity and pediatric ophthalmic imaging. / Song, Shaozhen; Zhou, Kanheng; Xu, Jing Jiang; Zhang, Qinqin; Lyu, Shuyuan; Wang, Ruikang (Lead / Corresponding author).

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