Following on from the success of its colour and autofluorescence atlases, Optos has released FA atlas. This new atlas provides eye care professionals with detailed images and descriptions of the pathology that may present during an optomap FA eye examination.
Optos’ ultra-widefield retinal imaging technology provides an unprecedented 200 degree view that enables practitioners to more effectively detect, monitor and promote patient health.1
In conventional imaging, images of the periphery are captured by instructing the patient to look off centre in a specific direction
This has many advantages compared to traditional angiography in that it can identify clear signs of peripheral pathology and accurate documentation of disease progression.
In conventional imaging, images of the periphery are captured by instructing the patient to look off centre in a specific direction. Sweeps are required to image the periphery and the capture device is then adjusted accordingly to obtain an image. This process means that doctors visualise the peripheral retina at different points in time during the angiogram.
In comparison, Optos ultra-widefield angiography enables images of the periphery to be captured at the same point in time.
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