Reconstructing full crystalline lens shape in vivo using OCT imaging, published in IOVS
We developed a methodology to reconstruct the entire crystalline lens shape, beyond the area visible through the pupil. The method uses data from ex vivo crystalline lenses to develop, test and validate the model. The accuracy in the estimation of lens volume, lens diameter or the equatorial lens position exceeds that achieved by state-of-the art methods. The method was applied in vivo in accommodating and cataract eyes. The paper is published in IOVS (Special issue commemorating 25 years of OCT)
Full reference: Martinez-Enriquez E, Sun M, Velasco-Ocana M, Birkenfeld J, P´erez-Merino P, Marcos S. Optical coherence tomography based estimates of crystalline
lens volume, equatorial diameter,and plane position. InvestOphthalmol Vis Sci. 2016;57:OCT600–OCT610.