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27 November 2012
Line-scanning reflectance confocal microscopy of human skin: Comparison of full-pupil and divided-pupil configurations
Gareau D.S., Abeytunge S., Rajadhyaksha M.
Line-scanning, with pupil engineering and the use of linear array detectors, may enable simple, small, and
low-cost confocal microscopes for clinical imaging of human epithelial tissues. However, a fundamental understanding
of line-scanning performance within the highly scattering and aberrating conditions of human
tissue is necessary, to translate from benchtop instrumentation to clinical implementation. The results of a
preliminary investigation for reflectance imaging in skin are reported.