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The authors acknowledge that two highly relevant manuscripts should have been cited in this Letter:
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These manuscripts report progress towards in vivo high-resolution retinal imaging without using hardware-based adaptive optics by averaging out high-order, temporally changing aberrations, and by applying various image filters to the intensity of backscattered optical signals.
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