Know your retinal layers

Two decades since its introduction, OCT has become indispensable for research, screening, diagnosing, and monitoring diseases of the macula and optic nerve head.

 In a high quality, high resolution OCT scan, at least 13 retinal layers can be identified, the names of which [...]

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What’s on at Optrafair? Win a weekend in Vienna for two!

Opticians bring multimodality imaging to life at CET accredited sessions

Seven High Street optometrists and dispensing opticians who have integrated OCT successfully into practice will discuss how they did it, and how it improved patient care, across three CET accredited seminars hosted on the main stage at Optrafair.  

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How to choose a 4D HD Eye Examination

The SPECTRALIS 4D HD eye examination is the only eye health check to employ Active Eye Tracking for precise follow up to monitor changes in the eye over time. A how to guide has been published on the At Home magazine website informing patients how[...]

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ICG angiography remains valuable

During a symposium on innovations for the diagnosis and imaging of vitreoretinal diseases at the recent World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC 2016), Dr. Ferrara, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, provided evidence to support the high diagnostic value of ICG angiography [...]

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OCT angiography interview with Dr. Kester Nahen

Dr. Kester Nahen, Managing Director of Heidelberg Engineering, explains in this interview the diagnostic potential and limitations of OCT angiography.

This novel technology makes it possible to visualize distinct vascular networks at different depths in the retina [...]

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Company News September 2015

What people are saying about SPECTRALIS

"We went to Optrafair looking to purchase an OCT and tried them all. We trialled the SPECTRALIS and were blown away. There was only one comment: Wow!? [...] "

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