Kowa's exclusive optical design in combination with the digital SLR
camera delivers extremely detailed retinal images.
The integrated 9-point internal fixation light allows for mosaic
photography covering a large retinal area.
Retinal images can be taken even with smaller pupils. On screen
guides indicate if the pupil size is within the sufficient range (above
φ3.5 mm) for photography.
Automatic mosaic merge function
Mosaic images are created easily with automatic image
rotation & alignment.
Instant and simultaneous 3D photography is possible in 1-shot.
Retinal observation on 3D images
The shape of the optic disc and cup can be viewed on a 3D image.
Switch between the parallel and cross viewing methods with 1-click when viewed on a 2D
Time sequential movie
The chronological change of the shape of the optic disc and cup can be viewed on a moving
Color-coded display of the depth distribution in the analysis area, or graphical display of the cross
section of an arbitrary position.
Display of 3D image based on stereographic data.
Display of optic disc parameters including "DDLS".
The polar coordinates display of the depth distribution permits visual display of the thin part of
the rim. (marginal region of optic disc)
Graphical display of the depth distribution of disc and cup profiles.
Graphical display of cup/disc ratio, rim/disc ratio, cup area, and many
DDLS(disk damage likelihood scale) Stage
Indexical values defined by the disc size and the rim/disc ratio; which was suggested by Dr. George L. Spaeth as a method to diagnose the optic disc.
Bayer A, Harasymowycz P, Henderer JD, Steinmann WG, and Spaeth GL: Validity of a new disk grading scale for estimating glaucomatous damage: correlation with visual field damage.
American Journal of Ophthalmology, vol. 133(6),pp.758-763, 2002.
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