Know your retinal layers

Two decades since its introduction, OCT has become indispensable for research, screening, diagnosing, and monitoring diseases of the macula and optic nerve head.

 In a high quality, high resolution OCT scan, at least 13 retinal layers can be identified, the names of which [...]

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ICG angiography remains valuable

During a symposium on innovations for the diagnosis and imaging of vitreoretinal diseases at the recent World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC 2016), Dr. Ferrara, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, provided evidence to support the high diagnostic value of ICG angiography [...]

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New journal article on SPECTRALIS in space

A recent cover article in Ocular Surgery News, Monitoring long-term effects on vision in microgravity a priority for NASA’s future flight to Mars, highlights NASA’s initiative to understand vision loss due to microgravity.

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Cautionary Notice: Windows 10 Upgrade

We would like to caution you not to reserve or install any Windows 10 upgrades on your Heidelberg Engineering devices. This notice affects SPECTRALIS, HRA, HRT, and HEP devices as well as all viewing station PCs.

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IOP Reduction Enhances VF Sensitivity

Although previous studies have suggested that improved retinal ganglion cell function may occur after intraocular pressure (IOP) reduction, functional visual improvement has not definitively been associated with reduced IOP.

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