If you own a Cirrus HD-OCT, or are thinking of getting one, note that the device can now do epithelial thickness mapping. Zeiss says this new functionality makes the device’s anterior segment module more useful in a number of ways. Specifically, it improves pre-op and post-op assessment of refractive surgery patients, allows monitoring of the cornea’s response to treatment, and aids in managing ocular surface disorders such as dry eye and progressive corneal diseases such as keratoconus, a company press release explains.
Zeiss will showcase the new capabilities later this month at Vision Expo East in New York City. Attendees can visit booth LP4003 for a demo. Additional information is also available at www.zeiss.com/meditec.