Ability of Cirrus HD-OCT Optic Nerve Head Parameters to Discriminate Normal from Glaucomatous Eyes
Long-term Changes in Posterior Chamber Phakic Intraocular Collamer Lens Vaulting in Myopic Patients
"I would like to know what you think about Swept-Source OCT in glaucoma and if you have one ?
"Zeiss is investigating a range of technologies for the future."
" I would like to know when the UHR OCT will be sold in the market?
Romar R. Vallory"
""UHR" refers to "Ultra High Resolution" OCT with approximately 2 micron axial resolution. We are aware of prototypes for these products from a number of companies, at least one of which is offered for commercial sale today . But we have not seen a tremendous demand for these devices, given their expense compared to the additional clinical information they provide.""
"I read with interest the study "Ability of the Cirrus HD-OCT Optic Nerve Head Parameters to Discriminate Normal from Glaucomatous Eyes" Ophthalmology (article in press)
According to this study the rim area seems to be a very good parameter in distinguishing normals from glaucoma (especially early glaucoma)
I am just wondering when it would be said that the rim area is low or adequate since it is not included in the normative database of the machine. Will Cirrus HD-OCT soon come out with a normative database for rim area soon?
John Mark S de Leon MD
"Dear Dr. de Leon- Thank you for your comment! And to answer your question, with our current Cirrus HD-OCT software, version 5.1, Optic Nerve Head parameters, including rim area, are compared to normative data. Please email us at email@example.com and we can email you in return an example of the RNFL ONH printout to explain in further detail. Thanks again - ZEISS OCT"
"Please email "an example of the RNFL ONH printout" comparing rim area, etc, to normative data. I have the Cirrus OCT 5.0 version. Dr.Jonathan Loo. Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org"
"My colleagues and I (7 docs total) just obtain the Cirrus OCT. We would like some brochures to give our patients. Are there some available?
"Hello Dave, Thank you for contacting us! Good Question, and we are actually in the process of developing patient brochures for Retina and Glaucoma applications. Please send an email to email@example.com so that we can contact you when available. And we will definitely have them on Eye on OCT! Thank you for visiting and if you have any feedback on the site, we would appreciate sharing."
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Zeiss is investigating a range of technologies for the future.
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