Optical Coherence Topography (OCT)
This non-invasive imaging technique generates 3μm high-resolution images by scanning 68000 points (A-scans) per second. This allows the measurement of layers of distinctive anatomical structures in both the anterior and posterior sections of the eye. This technology may be used for screening or monitoring pathology of the cornea, retina and optic nerve. Some structures can be visualized in 3D to help with diagnosis and management of eye disease.