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200Tx Optos introduced ultra-widefield retinal imaging to support practitioners diagnosing, analysing, documenting and monitoring ocular pathology that may first present in the periphery, and otherwise may go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment.


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The new 200Tx device, designed specifically for general ophthalmologists and vitreoretinal specialists offers multiple wavelength imaging, including options for colour, red-free, fluorescein angiography and autofluorescence. With simultaneous non-contact pole-to-periphery views of more than 80% or 200 degrees of the retina in a single capture, the 200Tx helps clinicians discover more evidence of disease and guide their treatment decisions. The 200Tx is a versatile instrument which allows the practitioner to use ultra-widefield digital retinal imaging with captures such as:

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optomap plus the optomap plus supports enhanced capabilities (eye steering and enhanced annotation tools)
optomap ResMax the optomap RexMax 100° high resolution image
optomap fa optomap fa supports ultra-high resolution, ultra-widefield angiographic retinal analysis captured via a non-contact, non-montage and simplified acquisition process
optomap af optomap af provides an ultra-widefield retinal autofluorescence image using fundus autofluorescence with a green laser

 

Benefits

  • Ultra-widefield retinal capture even through a small pupil
  • The first imaging device offering visualisation of ultra-widefield autofluorescence RPE changes
  • Red, green and blue scanning lasers
  • ResMax for central pole resolution enhancement
  • State of the Art Image Capture and Proprietary V2 Vantage Software
  • Versatile, easy to use technology offers a single simplified acquisition process
  • Innovative Virtual Point Technology providing a panoramic view of the fundus
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