Dynamic light scattering (DLS) and autofluoresence (AF) are two promising optical diagnostic techniques for use in ophthalmology. In this paper the DLS and AF are integrated in one instrument and applied to study healthy and pathological ocular tissues to detect changes at the molecular level. Measurements performed on 17 patients (age range 20-80 years) are presented. Out of these, 7 patients were healthy normals, 10 had glaucoma and the two oldest patients had both glaucoma and cataracts.

Dynamic light scattering and natural fluorescence measurements in healthy and pathological ocular tissues / Pollonini, L.; Rovati, Luigi; Ansari, R. R.. - STAMPA. - 4611(2002), pp. 213-219. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 12th Conference on Ophthalmic Technologies tenutosi a SAN JOSE, CA nel JAN 19-20, 2002 [10.1117/12.470597].

Dynamic light scattering and natural fluorescence measurements in healthy and pathological ocular tissues

ROVATI, Luigi;
2002

Abstract

Dynamic light scattering (DLS) and autofluoresence (AF) are two promising optical diagnostic techniques for use in ophthalmology. In this paper the DLS and AF are integrated in one instrument and applied to study healthy and pathological ocular tissues to detect changes at the molecular level. Measurements performed on 17 patients (age range 20-80 years) are presented. Out of these, 7 patients were healthy normals, 10 had glaucoma and the two oldest patients had both glaucoma and cataracts.
12th Conference on Ophthalmic Technologies
SAN JOSE, CA
JAN 19-20, 2002
4611
213
219
Pollonini, L.; Rovati, Luigi; Ansari, R. R.
Dynamic light scattering and natural fluorescence measurements in healthy and pathological ocular tissues / Pollonini, L.; Rovati, Luigi; Ansari, R. R.. - STAMPA. - 4611(2002), pp. 213-219. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 12th Conference on Ophthalmic Technologies tenutosi a SAN JOSE, CA nel JAN 19-20, 2002 [10.1117/12.470597].
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