3D OCT-2000 FA plus optical coherence tomography
The 3D OCT optical coherence tomography takes an optical scan via laser and analyses the images of the retina and optic nerve as if a biopsy had been performed but without touching the eye.
This new model makes it possible to perform:
- Colour retinography (digital high-resolution): photos of the retina.
- Red-free retinography with a green filter (digital high-resolution).
- Fluorescein angiography: an intravenous dye is injected and photos are taken with a special filter to see the circulation of the retina.
- Autofluorescence: photographs with a specialised filter that allow various retinal pathologies to be diagnosed, such as macular oedema, detachment and atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium, central serous chorioretinopathy, neovessels, exudate and haemorrhages.
- It performs 50,000 A-scans per second, providing intricate details of the ocular fundus in a shorter amount of time. It has a touch screen, autofocus, autotrigger, autopolarisation, automatic detection of the fovea and movement correction.
- Glaucoma analysis (macula), thickness map, optic nerve analysis, cup-to-disc ratio, tendency analysis comparing 4 previous exams.
- Drusen analysis / area / volume to detect and monitor age-related macular degeneration.
- High resolution anterior chamber scan: cornea, anterior chamber and iris.
- Connection to computer work networks.
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