Journal Article Review Reproducibility of SD-OCT inner macular layer thickness measurements in children with primary congenital glaucoma

The authors of this study evaluated the reproducibility of SPECTRALIS data of the segmented ganglion cell complex (GCC) in children with primary congenital glaucoma.

Supplement You set the Pace

The latest addition to SPECTRALIS® OCT – called “SHIFT technology” – allows the clinician to choose the best scan speed for each patient.

Supplement Improved Patient Experience, Improved Patient Outcomes

Learn how the various modules of the upgradeable SPECTRALIS imaging platform offer you additional imaging capabilities all in one device to support you in pinpointing retinal diseases such as age-related macular degeneration.

Whitepaper State-of-the-art commercial Spectral-Domain and Swept-Source OCT technologies and their clinical applications in ophthalmology

This whitepaper explains how Heidelberg  Engineering combines its core technologies to deliver images that can improve the understanding of certain retinal pathologies and enhance clinical decision making.


Optometry Today speaks to optometrist and practice owner, Brad Raison, about his passion for Heidelberg Engineering's SPECTRALIS OCT.

Supplement Enlightening Images

Increasing clinical confidence through personalized glaucoma assessment – with the SPECTRALIS.

Supplement Images that Empower

Heidelberg Engineering makes the most of both SS-OCT and SD-OCT, optimizing them for the anterior and posterior segments.


Supplement Diagnostic Confidence: It’s in the SPECTRALIS DNA

No matter how you configure your SPECTRALIS, you can be sure it contains the core DNA for high contrast, high resolution images that cut through the noise and give you the confidence to pinpoint pathology, identify real change and make more informed clinical decisions.


Supplement Multimodal Imaging of Geographic Atrophy

In this new supplement published by Ophthalmology Times retina specialists discuss several proceedings for multimodal imaging of Geographic Atrophy.

Supplement The past, present and future of OCT imaging

Christopher Mody traces the development of OCT from time-domain to spectral-domain and swept-source and looks at the advantages each has offered in a recent article published in Optician Magazine.

Article Retinal Imaging: From von Helmholtz to the Future

The following article written by Prof. Dr. Frank G. Holz, published in The Ophthalmologist will take you on "a journey from pencil drawings of retinal pathology to fluorescence lifetime imaging ophthalmoscopy."

Journal Article Review Multimodal imaging of disease-associated pigmentary changes in retinitis pigmentosa

This study sought to further define the anatomical landmarks of RP by evaluating morphological changes in the photoreceptor layer and the RPE with different imaging modalities.

Journal Article Review Retinal angiomatous proliferation diagnosis: a multiimaging approach

This study used multiple imaging modalities to describe RAP lesion characteristics and to distinguish them from CNV types 1/2.

E-Book Atlas of OCT

This e-book by N. A. Adams helps educate SPECTRALIS® users in the interpretation of SPECTRALIS OCT images in various diseases.

E-Book OCT-Atlas Hangai

This e-book by N. Yoshimura and M. Hangai describes the functionality of OCT. Numerous high quality OCT cases of many common retinal diseases as well as images of several rare diseases are shown and explained.