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Spectralis OCT - N site

Clinical Value

Clinical Value

-Assessment of neuroaxonal injury and detection of minute changes over time

High clinical relevance correlating with established clinical criteria

-Associated with physical disability (EDSS) and quality-of-life scores

-Correlated with brain MRI lesions (T1 and T2) and atrophy (BPF)

-Related to disease activity, duration and cognitive decline

-RNFL and ganglion cell thinning can be detected in MS patients with and without optic neuritis

-Excellent reproducibility and sensitivity

Spectralis OCT - N site

FoBMOC: Automatic Fovea-to-BMO-Center Axis Alignment

Studies have shown that RNFL thinning in MS patients with a history of acute optic neuritis is more likely to be found in the temporal quadrant. The papillomacular bundle (PMB) may be most sensitive to this type of axonal damage. FoBMOC: Automated Fovea-to-BMO-Center Axis Alignment correctly orients the anatomy for PMB measurement accuracy.

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Spectralis OCT - Anterior Segement

ANTERIOR SEGMENT MODULE

High-resolution anterior segment imaging

The high-resolution images obtained with the SPECTRALIS Anterior Segment Module show the layers of the cornea in detail and aid in the assessment of corneal thickness.

The module also offers angle-to-angle imaging for efficient anterior chamber angle evaluation as well as detailed images of scleral structures.

Anterior Cornea
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Anterior Chamber Angle
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Sclera
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Spectralis OCT - GMPE

Glaucoma Module Premium Edition

The Spectralis Glaucoma Module Premium Edition combines the proprietary Anatomic Positioning System (APS) with a series of unique scan patterns to assess the optic nerve head, the retinal nerve fiber layer, and the macular ganglion cell layer.

These APS-based scan patterns are automatically matched to each eyes unique anatomic landmarks and to the characteristics of fine anatomic structures relevant in glaucoma diagnostics.

The Glaucoma Module Premium Edition compares patients eyes to a reference database of normal eyes, noting even very small deviations. The precision of the SPECTRALIS AutoRescan function allows confident identification and monitoring of structural changes from visit to visit.

Spectralis OCT - GMPE

Anatomic Positioning System

SThe patented Anatomic Positioning System (APS) creates an anatomic map of each patients eye using two fixed, structural landmarks: the center of the fovea and the center of Bruchs membrane opening. With APS, all scan protocols are automatically oriented according to the patients anatomic map.

This enables precise examination of relevant structures and ensures accurate comparisons with reference data, allowing for a highly sensitive assessment of structural change.

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