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Dr Danka Sampson

The Academic Details listed below present information collected by the University up to the end of 2013 and thus may not represent the full academic record.

Email: danka.bukowska@uwa.edu.au  



Publications

Sampson, D., Gong, P., Miller, D., Menghini, M., Hansen, A., Mackey, D., Sampson, D., Chen, F. 2017, 'Axial Length Variation Impacts on Superficial Retinal Vessel Density and Foveal Avascular Zone Area Measurements Using Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography', INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE, 58, 7, pp. 3065-3072. Detail

Sampson, D., Alonso-Caneiro, D., Chew, A., Lamey, T., Mclaren, T., De Roach, J., Chen, F. 2016, 'Enhanced visualization of subtle outer retinal pathology by en face optical coherence tomography and correlation with multi-modal imaging', PLoS One, 11, 12, pp. e0168275. Detail

Chen, F., Viljoen, R., Bukowska, D. 2016, 'Classification of image artefacts in optical coherence tomography angiography of the choroid in macular diseases.', CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY, Nov 19, pp. 10.1111/ceo.12683. Detail

Chew, A.L., Bukowska, D.M., Chen, F.K. 2015, 'Structure-function correlation and natural history of accidental juxtafoveal injury from a 250 milliwatt recreational hand-held green laser device', CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL OPHTHALMOLOGY, 44, 3, pp. 201-203. Detail

Wan, S.L., Bukowska, D.M., Ford, S, Chen, F.K. 2015, 'Posterior Cortical Atrophy Presenting with Superior Arcuate Field Defect', Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine, 2015, pp. 796381. Detail


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Grants

Dr Danuta Sampson 2015, 'Structure and function correlation in human macula – relationship between cone packing density and retinal sensitivity', Ophthalmic Research Institute of Australia.

Dr Danuta Sampson 2014, 'Investigating Mechanism of Visual Scotoma and Metamorphopsia Due to Macular Disease using Multimodal Imaging', Ophthalmic Research Institute of Australia.


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