Imaging and Diagnostic Instruments

A Clearer Picture of Retinal Imaging

Experts review the pros and cons of the newest imaging devices available for the retina specialist.

Anterior Segment OCT: Still Evolving

Although this hasn’t yet become the standard-of-care, more surgeons are finding it very helpful—and the best may lie ahead.

Retinal Imaging On the Go

Although handheld fundus cameras require close contact, they may still be viable for some clinics and teleophthalmology.

OCT's Role in Tracking Glaucoma Progression

As the technology improves, optical coherence tomography is figuring more prominently and earlier in the process of managing glaucoma.

The Devil’s in the Distant Details

Wide-field angiography systems can help catch peripheral ischemic areas that portend worsening disease.

Femtosecond Cataract: Getting Up to Speed

Expert advice on minimizing the time femtosecond cataract surgery adds to your procedures.

What OCT Tells Us About Progression

OCT has made strides as an objective measure of progression, but it still has limitations.