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by Muftuoglu IK, Bartsch DU, Barteselli G, Gaber R, Nezgoda J, Freeman WRRead more
In a recent issue of Glaucoma Today, Felipe Medeiros, MD, PhD, and Brian Samuels, MD, PhD, discuss how analysis of high-quality SD-OCT images can provide clarity in cases when individual parameters do not agree or are otherwise inconclusive.Read more
You are cordially invited to be part of the 17th International SPECTRALIS Symposium (ISS) and experience high level scientific lectures in South Korea‘s pulsating capital.Read more
The SPECTRALIS® High Magnification Module (HMM) elegantly demonstrates the capability of confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (cSLO) to resolve ocular microstructures by reducing intraocular light scattering, even in eyes with cataracts.Read more
To support young researchers in the field of ophthalmic imaging, Heidelberg Engineering initiated the Gerhard Zinser Memorial Travel Grant in memory of the company’s late co-founder, Dr. Gerhard Zinser. The award supports researchers under the age of 40 whose research is related to imaging techniques.Read more
Article Review – How does head tilt affect RNFL measurement on SPECTRALIS SD-OCT in comparison to Cirrus SD-OCT
by Bin Ismail MA, Hui Li Lilian K, Yap SC, Yip LW
The Imaging App forms the basis of ANTERION®, the all-in-one imaging platform optimized for the anterior segment. This integrated application focuses on the visualization of the entire anterior segment from the anterior surface of the cornea to the posterior surface of the lens – in outstanding resolution and image quality.Read more
The OCT Angiography Module for SPECTRALIS® is a non-invasive imaging technology that provides a three-dimensional depiction of retinal vascular flow with customizable field of view, scan speed, and image resolution.Read more
The SPECTRALIS® software version 6.12.1 comes with new features designed to improve workflows in glaucoma and retina management.Read more