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Correction: Adaptive optics: principles and applications in ophthalmology

The Original Article was published on 30 November 2020

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https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-020-01286-z

Since the online publication of the paper above, the authors have noticed that the titles and captions of Figs. 5 and 6 were interchanged. The corrected titles/captions should read:

Fig. 5 Adaptive optics scanning laser ophthalmoscope (AO-SLO) imaging of photoreceptors in a healthy subject and diabetic patients. a, c, e Cone reflection images. b, d, f Voronoi analysis of cone photoreceptors in (a, c, e), respectively. Upper row: densely packed cone photoreceptors in a healthy control subject. Middle and lower rows: reduced cone density and increased irregularity in the cone mosaic in patients with diabetic retinopathy. Reprinted with permission from Lammer et al. [152].

Fig. 6 Photoreceptor imaging in the left eye of a 71-year old female patient with intermediate age-related macular degeneration. a A 30-degree en face infrared image with overlaid 4-degree adaptive optics flood illumination ophthalmoscope (AO-FIO) image (inside the yellow square). b The enlarged AO-FIO image of cone photoreceptor mosaic (4 degrees temporal to the centre of the fovea). The area surrounded by a yellow square was enlarged for the quantitative analysis of cones. c Semiautomated detection of photoreceptors. Red squares correspond to automatically identified cones. Green squares represent cones that were manually corrected/identified. df Voronoic colour-coded maps of cone density, spacing, and regularity, respectively.

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Akyol, E., Hagag, A.M., Sivaprasad, S. et al. Correction: Adaptive optics: principles and applications in ophthalmology. Eye 35, 1796 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-020-01362-4

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