OCT

Microscope-integrated OCT provides 3-D images in real-timeAdvances in imaging technology using swept-source microscope-integrated optical coherence tomography (OCT) provides detailed and three-dimensional volume images in real time, which cannot be obtained with conventional spectral-domain intraoperative OCT systems.
B+L introduces new innovations, productsBausch + Lomb presented several product innovations in pharmaceuticals, OTC offerings, IOLs, and surgical devices and equipment during the annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Heidelberg launches OCT2, Heyex PACSHeidelberg Engineering GmbH recently launched two new products, OCT2, the next generation OCT module for Spectralis diagnostic imaging, and the Heyex picture archiving and communication system (PACS).
Refractive surgery screening devices valuable but not necessarily equalRefractive surgery screening devices do not provide results that are interchangeable.
Optovue introduces software-assisted OCT device to U.S. marketOptovue recently launched its software-assisted OCT device, the iScan, in the United States.
Gulden debutes the Rowe OCT Model EyeGulden Ophthalmics recently introduced Rowe OCT Model Eye, a solid-state tissue phantom that is used by clamping it to an instrument and initiating an OCT test.
Examining various imaging approaches for macular edemaAs the final common pathway in many retinal disorders, macular edema can be considered the leading cause of visual loss in the developed world, and thus has an enormous socioeconomic importance, according to Mark Johnson, MD.
Laser injury requires second opinionA 56 year-old male patient came into the clinic recently for a second opinion concerning a previous injury to his right eye. A high-powered commercial laser in a physics laboratory was the source of the injury in 2005.
How hardware, software advances expand OCT capabilitiesProgress in posterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging is continuing with novel software that provides better correction for eye motion, as well as new technology which offers faster imaging speeds, said James Fujimoto, PhD.
New system classifies vitreomacular disease, provides common languageAn international panel of ophthalmologists have developed a classification system of vitreomacular diseases, with the goals of objectivity based on optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings and ease of use.