Written by Charles Pavlin   
Tuesday, 12 June 2007

This web site is meant to be a resource for those interested in ultrasound biomicroscopic imaging and a forum for discussion of issues related to the field. It has no commercial affiliations and represents my personal views and the research of myself, my collaborators and other researchers around the world. It includes an atlas of UBM images, a guide to the literature, information on technique and instrumentation, and an interesting case of the month which I will comment on and which I hope will stimulate discussion. Links to other sites of interest can be found in the resources section. Please browse around and enjoy the site.

Charles J. Pavlin MD

What is ultrasound biomicroscopy? Ultrasound biomicroscopy is a new imaging technique that uses high frequency ultrasound to produce images of the eye at near microscopic resolution. This technique was developed in Toronto, Canada based on the basic research conducted in the labs of F. Stuart Foster PhD. We subsequently developed an instrument that could be used in real life clinical problems, which later formed the basis for a commercial instrument with world-wide distribution. Meet the developers. If you are not familiar with our site, please first check out our site map. Welcome to a new world of microscopic imaging.


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