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1. US20200163545 - OPHTHALMOLOGIC APPARATUS

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1. An ophthalmologic apparatus comprising:
an illumination system that projects illumination light output from a light source onto an anterior eye segment of a subject's eye;
an interference photographing system for photographing an interference pattern formed on a cornea by the illumination light;
an anterior eye segment photographing system for photographing the anterior eye segment onto which the illumination light is being projected;
a first optical path coupling element that couples an optical path of the interference photographing system and an optical path of the anterior eye segment photographing system with one another; and
a controller that controls a display device to display an interference image acquired by the interference photographing system over an anterior eye segment image acquired by the anterior eye segment photographing system.
2. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising:
a first lens group disposed in a position between the subject's eye and the first optical path coupling element; and
a second lens group disposed in a position on an opposite side of the subject's eye with respect to the first optical path coupling element, wherein
a combination of the first lens group and the second lens group functions as an objective lens of the interference photographing system, and
the first lens group functions as an objective lens of the anterior eye segment photographing system.
3. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 2, wherein a lens located closest to the first optical path coupling element among lenses included in the anterior eye segment photographing system is disposed at a focal position of the first lens group or in a vicinity thereof.
4. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising a second optical path coupling element that couples an optical path of the illumination system and the optical path of the interference photographing system with one another.
5. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 4, wherein
each of the first optical path coupling element and the second optical path coupling element is a beam splitter, and
returning light of the illumination light for photographing the interference pattern is reflected by each of the first optical path coupling element and the second optical path coupling element and guided to an image sensor of the interference photographing system.
6. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising an illumination intensity changing device that changes an intensity of the illumination light projected onto the anterior eye segment.
7. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising:
an excitation filter that generates excitation light for a fluorescent agent administered to the anterior eye segment from the illumination light; and
a barrier filter that selectively passes fluorescence emitted from the fluorescent agent that has absorbed the excitation light.
8. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising:
a projection system that projects alignment light onto the anterior eye segment along a direction non-parallel to an optical axis of an optical path from the first optical path coupling element toward the subject's eye;
a detection system that detects reflected light of the alignment light from the anterior eye segment; and
a first alignment device that performs alignment in a direction along the optical axis based on an output from the detection system.
9. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 8, wherein
the projection system comprises an alignment light source that outputs the alignment light,
the detection system comprises an image sensor that detects the reflected light, and
the alignment light source and the image sensor are disposed in positions on an opposite side of the subject's eye with respect to the first optical path coupling element.
10. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising a second alignment device that performs alignment in a direction perpendicular to the optical axis of the optical path from the first optical path coupling element toward the subject's eye, based on an anterior eye segment image acquired by the anterior eye segment photographing system.
11. The ophthalmologic apparatus of claim 1, further comprising:
two or more photographing devices that photograph the anterior eye segment from directions different from each other, and
a third alignment device that performs three dimensional alignment based on two or more photographed images respectively acquired by the two or more photographing devices.