Optos plc, a part of Nikon Corp., has combined ultra-widefield imaging with optical coherence tomography in the newly introduced Monaco.
The compact desktop imaging device represents the company’s first combined imaging device. Besides OCT, image modalities include optomap color and optomap plus (red and green laser), a color composite view, a green laser view, red laser view, optomap green laser autfluorescence and OCT.
Central pole OCT provides comprehensive multi-modal imaging. Monaco offers 40° OCT views of the retinal structure.
Green laser autofluorescence minimizes patient exposure to blue light and shows the macula and optic nerve head in detail.
High resolution 200º single-capture optomap images can be produced in 0.5 seconds and improve pathology detection and management from the macula through the far periphery.
In addition, optomap images and OCT scans, are correlated to facilitate pathology examination, and all the images can be seen in a single, comprehensive view, according to the company.
Three-in-one color depth imaging provides clinical data from the retinal surface through the choroid.
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