Powered by Google

2008-02: High resolution 1050 nm wavelenght centered spectral domain 3D Optical Coherence Tomography in Macualr diseases.

Medical retina
Imaging
Investigator Initiated Research
Inclusion stopped on 3-3-2015

In Many retinal diseases, a significant loss of vision is caused either by choroidal neovascularization, or by pigment epithelium detachment. Because both processes occur underneath the RPE-layer, they are only partially visible by current OCT devices. This study aims to improve imaging by OCT of the sub-RPE layer. Patients with various macular disorders will be included, among whom a subgroup of patients due for autologous RPE/choroid graft. The general endpoint is the correlation of clinical outcome parameters for structural data obtained with conventional imaging techniques and 1050 nm OCT.

By visiting eyehospital.nl you are accepting the use of cookies. Read more about cookies.

Hide this message