Imaging and Diagnostic Instruments

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.
06/08/2015

The Devil’s in the Distant Details

Wide-field angiography systems can help catch peripheral ischemic areas that portend worsening disease.
08/06/2014

Femtosecond Cataract: Getting Up to Speed

Expert advice on minimizing the time femtosecond cataract surgery adds to your procedures.
07/07/2014

What OCT Tells Us About Progression

OCT has made strides as an objective measure of progression, but it still has limitations.
06/05/2014

Making the Most of High-tech Biometry

Today’s advanced technology calls for a well-informed user in order to optimize results. Here’s help.
04/02/2014

A New Take on Allergy Diagnostics & Treatment

New diagnostics may be a boon to both patient care and practice development.
04/02/2014

How to Do Biometry ‘On the Table’

Intraoperative aberrometry can help you get closer to your refractive target, surgeons say.
02/23/2013

Retina by the Slice: The Latest in OCTs

Retina tracking, new color modes and new anterior-segment features are some of the latest additions to OCT devices.
12/06/2012

Topography-guided Ablation: Pros and Cons

As surgeons anticipate the availability of this technology in the United States, those who have used it offer insights and advice.
07/05/2012