Loum’s publications in 2016

Optical Measurement of Straylight in Eyes With Cataract

Autors: Onurcan Sahin, Alexandros Pennos, Harilaos Ginis, Lucia Hervella, Eloy A. Villegas, Belen Cañizares, Jose Maria Marin, Ioannis Pallikaris, Pablo Artal
Journal: Journal of Refractive Surgery
Volume: 32 (12)
Pages: 846-850
Year: 2016
ISBN: 1081-597X

PURPOSE: To measure straylight in a cohort of patients with cataract using a novel optical instrument and to correlate optical straylight values with clinical grade of […]

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Performance evaluation of a two detector camera for real-time video

Autors: Benjamin Lochocki, Adrián Gambín-Regadera, and Pablo Artal
Journal: Applied Optics
Volume: 55, Issue 36
Year: 2016
ISBN: 1559-128X

Single pixel imaging can be the preferred method over traditional 2D-array imaging in spectral ranges where conventional cameras are not available. However, when it comes to real-time video imaging, single pixel imaging cannot compete with the framerates of conventional cameras, […]

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Single pixel camera ophthalmoscope

Autors: Benjamin Lochocki, Adrian Gambín, Silvestre Manzanera, Esther Irles, Enrique Tajahuerce, Jesus Lancis, and Pablo Artal
Journal: OPTICA (OSA)
Volume: 3, Issue 10
Year: 2016
ISBN: 2334-2536

Ophthalmoscopes to image the retina are widely used diagnostic tools in ophthalmology and are vital for the early detection of many eye diseases. Although there are various effective optical implementations of ophthalmoscopes, […]

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Intraocular scattering compensation in retinal imaging

Autors: Dimitrios Christaras, Harilaos Ginis, Alexandros Pennos, and Pablo Artal
Journal: Biomedical Optics Express
Volume: 7, Issue 10
Pages: 3996-4006
Year: 2016
ISBN: 2156-7085

Intraocular scattering affects fundus imaging in a similar way that affects vision; it causes a decrease in contrast which depends on both the intrinsic scattering of the eye but also on the dynamic range of […]

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Night myopia is reduced in binocular vision


Autors: Emmanuel Chirre; Pedro M. Prieto; Christina Schwarz; Pablo Artal
Journal: Journal Of Vision (JOV)
Volume: 16 (8):16
Pages: 1-10
Year: 2016
ISBN: 1534-7362


Night myopia, which is a shift in refraction with light level, has been widely studied but still lacks a complete understanding. We used a new infrared open-view binocular Hartmann-Shack wave front sensor to quantify night myopia […]

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The accommodative ciliary muscle function is preserved in older humans


Autors: Juan Tabernero, Emmanuel Chirre, Lucia Hervella, Pedro Prieto and Pablo Artal
Journal: Scientific Reports
Volume: Rep. 6:25551
Pages: 1-7
Year: 2016
ISBN: 2045-2322


Presbyopia, the loss of the eye’s accommodation capability, affects all humans aged above 45 50 years old. The two main reasons for this to happen are a hardening of the crystalline lens and a reduction of the ciliary […]

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Environmental and Genetic Factors Explain Differences in Intraocular Scattering

Autors: Antonio Benito; Lucía Hervella; Juan Tabernero; Alexandros Pennos; Harilaos Ginis; Juan F. Sánchez-Romera; Juan R. Ordoñana; Marcos Ruiz-Sánchez; José M. Marín; Pablo Artal
Journal: Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, IOVS
Volume: 57 (1)
Pages: 163-168
Year: 2016
ISBN: 0146-0404


Purpose: To study the relative impact of genetic and environmental factors on the variability of intraocular scattering within a classical […]

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Performance evaluation of a sensorless adaptive optics multiphoton microscope

Autors: Martin Skorsetz, Pablo Artal, Juan M. Bueno
Journal: Journal Of Microscopy
Volume: 261 (Issue 3)
Pages: 246-258
Year: 2016
ISBN: 0022-2720



A wavefront sensorless adaptive optics technique was combined with a custom-made multiphotonmicroscope to correct for specimen-induced aberrations. A liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCoS) modulatorwas used to systematically generate Zernike modes during image recording. The performance of the instrument was evaluated in samples providing different nonlinear signals […]

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