A non-invasive method for examining anterior chamber aqueous humour in the eye is described. Fibre optics were used to make fluorescence and absorption measurements in a perfused animal eye, thus enabling the concentration of particular compounds introduced into the eye to be measured.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 21 May 1996|
|Event||Proc. OFS-11 - Hokkaido, Japan|
Duration: 21 May 1996 → …
|Period||21/05/96 → …|
- non-invasive technique
- fibre optics
- optical measurements
- aqueous humour in the eye
- anterior chamber
Blue, R., Uttamchandani, D., Culshaw, B., & Wilson, C. (1996). Development of a non-invasive technique using fibre optics for optical measurements of anterior chamber aqueous humour in the eye. 442-445. Paper presented at Proc. OFS-11, Hokkaido, Japan.