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This new paper provides you with a comprehensive overview of the design principles of the non-invasive SPECTRALIS® OCT Angiography Module, as part of the SPECTRALIS multimodal imaging platform. Clinical examples illustrate the diagnostic applicability of the OCTA Module and demonstrate its clinically-relevant capabilities.Read more
With the rise of technological innovation in retinal imaging and the availability of many different diagnostic tools, multimodality has become a topic of increasing interest.Read more
by Ghassibi MP, Chien JL, Patthanathamrongkasem T, Abumasmah RK, Rosman MS, Skaat A, Tello C, Liebmann JM, Ritch R, Park SCRead more
SPECTRALIS® offers a unique combination of established and innovative imaging modalities such as OCT, infrared, fundus autofluorescence, MultiColor, OCT angiography*, fluorescein angiography, ultra-widefield imaging, and more.Read more
OCTA – Technology Matching Pathology – Your invitation to the 2nd International Heidelberg Engineering Academy Masterclass
We are pleased to invite you to join our 2nd International Heidelberg Engineering Academy Masterclass during the 18th EURETINA Congress in Vienna. A highly regarded panel of clinicians will discuss OCT Angiography – Technology Matching Pathology.Read more
According to a promotional article featured in the Technology to Empower supplement of the July issue of The Ophthalmologist, the SPECTRALIS® imaging platform for retina and glaucoma can help clinicians unlock the true potential of multimodal diagnostic imaging and lead them to a confident diagnosis.Read more
Journal Article Review – Distinct retinal capillary plexuses identified with SPECTRALIS OCT Angiography
by Hirano T, Chanwimol K, Weichsel J, et al.Read more
Do you wonder if OCT angiography will actually revolutionize ocular fundus diagnostics in hospitals and practices?Read more
The Ophthalmologist has recently published an article by Dr. Sanjay Asrani describing how current imaging technologies can be used to improve glaucoma diagnosis, follow-up and ultimately patient care.Read more