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  • Addressing Challenges in Fabricating Reflection-Based Fiber Optic Interferometers. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel) 2019; 19(18)Wahl MS, Wilhelmsen Ø, Hjelme DR
  • Fabrication of multimode fiber optic interferometers requires accurate control of certain parameters to obtain reproducible results. This paper evaluates the consequences of practical challenges in fabricating reflection-based, fiber optic interferometers by the use of theory and experiments. A guided-mode propagation approach is used to investigate the effect of the end-face cleave angle and the…
  • Optical biosensors based on refractometric sensing schemes: A review. [Review]
    Biosens Bioelectron 2019; 144:111693Chen Y, Liu J, … Zhou X
  • Biosensor technology is an active field of research and development presenting rapid progress in recent decades, and the subfield of optical biosensors based on refractometric sensing schemes has developed dramatically during this time. This review focuses on advances in the refractometric sensing-based guided-wave optical biosensors particularly in the last two decades. It starts with a concise …
  • Comparison of 2Win and plusoptiX A12R refractometers with Retinomax handheld autorefractor keratometer. [Journal Article]
    J AAPOS 2019Racano E, Alessi S, Pertile R
  • CONCLUSIONS: In manifest conditions, the accuracy of the 2Win and plusoptiX A12R refractometers is low in hyperopia and astigmatism, but the devices are well correlated with each other, and both have high specificity and low sensitivity in hyperopia, resulting in the underestimation of hyperopic refractive error. The optional Plusoptix sensitive referral criteria seems to be appropriate for the A12R. The 2Win provided fewer inconclusive results and was preferred for use with younger and developmentally delayed children.
  • Corneal Stromal Regeneration: Current Status and Future Therapeutic Potential. [Journal Article]
    Curr Eye Res 2019; :1-13Lagali N
  • The corneal stroma comprises 90% of the corneal thickness and is critical for the cornea's transparency and refractive function necessary for vision. When the corneal stroma is altered by disease, injury, or scarring, however, an irreversible loss of transparency can occur. Corneal stromal pathology is the cause of millions of cases of blindness globally, and although corneal transplantation is t…
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