Article in The Ophthalmologist on SPECTRALIS OCT Angiography
OCT Angiography (OCT-A) has the potential to augment, and in many cases, replace traditional methods of examining the retinal and choroidal vasculature – once certain technical challenges are addressed.
The following article published in The Ophthalmologist provides a comprehensive summary on the OCT-A technology’s clinical applications and its potential to replace traditional fluorescence angiography in some clinical cases. Advantages and disadvantages of this new and innovative diagnostic imaging modality are discussed. The technical challenges to obtain proper and clinically useful diagnostic images are also highlighted.