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Estimating Retinal Image Quality: Double-pass Provides Information Where Wave-front Sensors Might Fail


Wave-front sensors provide quite useful information on the optical quality of the eye. However, in eyes where very high order aberrations and scattered light are prominent, wave-front sensors may overestimate retinal image quality. We show here how in those cases, the double-pass technique is a complementary tool to better estimate ocular optical quality.

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