Visualization of Drusen and RPE With New Software Application for Zeiss HD-OCT: A New Aid for Assessing Both Dry and Wet AMD
January 30, 2012
In an announcement on January 20th, Carl Zeiss Meditec said that it had added new dry age-related macular degeneration (Dry AMD) and new glaucoma diagnostic tools for its Cirrus HD-OCT (High Definition Optical Coherence Tomography) device, and the new software, version 6.0, had received marketing clearance from the FDA.
As noted by both Drs. Phil Rosenfeld and Carmen Puliafito, who have used the new software, this new diagnostic tool will play an important role in assessing and speeding the development of new treatments for both dry and wet AMD, that are being researched and brought to the market.
To read the full story, please follow this link.
You might also enjoy...
- An Overview of New Treatments for Dry AMD
- Visual Aids for Visually Challenged Patient with Stargardt’s Disease
- CMS Reverses Position on Avastin for AMD
- Palomar Medical Technologies Secures OTC Clearance from FDA for Home Use Laser To Treat Eye Wrinkles
- Study Finds Calcium Dobesilate Fails to Reduce Incidence of Macular Edema
Jump down to form below to submit your own comments