Ophthalmology

HRT3

Heidelberg Retina Tomograph

HRT3 is a confocal laser scanning system, designed to capture and analyze three-dimensional images of the posterior segment of the eye, topography in the structures of the eye (especially of the retinal topography) as well as the precise tracking of any topographical changes. It is applied more often to describe the glaucomatous optic nerve head, the analysis of the slits and the edema of the macula and the analysis of imperfections in the layer of the nerve fibers. |Glaucoma Module| - It provides a quantitative evaluation of all relevant anatomical features such as ONH excavation, neuroretinal rim volume and the peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer. |Retina Module| - Features retinal thickness measurements that enable identification and tracking of structural changes due to retinal pathologies including age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic macular edema (DME), and cystoid macular edema (CME) or macular holes. |Rostock Cornea Module| - Allows in-vivo biomicroscopic imaging of cornea, limbus and conjunctiva. One micron resolution gives high definition analysis and superb detail of corneal structures in real time.

Product Features
    • Glaucoma Module
    1. Progression analysis validated with 10 years of patient data
    2. Optic disc analysis outperforms expert interpretation
    3. Large, ethnic-selectable databases
    4. Asymmetry analysis
    5. Upgradeable platform
    6. Network ready
    • Retina Module
    1. Simple, early detection of subtle edema
    2. Retinal thickness mapping in 3-D
    3. Precise detection of change with TruTrack™ image alignment
    4. No interpolated data, less chance of missing pathology
    5. “Show and tell” for patient education
    6. Modular platform to add more capabilities later
    7. Network ready
    • Rostock Cornea Module
    1. Early clinical assessment of Keratitis
    2. Clinical assessment of the nerve plexus with diabetic neuropathy
    3. Gauge keratoplasty & DSAEK immune response
    4. Identify distinct dystrophy subtypes
    5. Endothelial cell counting
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