Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-section pictures of the retina, the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye (eyeSmart). This new edition has been fully updated to provide clinicians and trainees with the most recent advances in OCT imaging. Beginning with an introduction to the technique for obtaining clear images, and discussion on normal anatomy, the following sections offer step by step guidance on the interpretation of OCT images and data acquired by OCT, ‘en face’ OCT and OCT angiography. Each chapter has been revised and new examination and diagnostic protocols are covered in depth. The second edition includes two new chapters on OCT Dyeless Angiography and OCT Analysis and Interpretation of Common Disorders. Highly illustrated with more than 400 clinical images and tables, this practical reference has been written by renowned experts Bruno Lumbroso and Marco Rispoli from Centro Oftalmologico Mediterraneo in Rome. Key points * Fully revised new edition providing latest advances in interpretation of OCT imaging * Includes two new chapters and more than 400 clinical images and tables
This book provides an illustrated guide to peripheral retinal degenerations and the role of spectral domain coherence tomography (SD-OCT) in diagnosis and treatment. The book discusses 73 clinical cases and gives detailed information on the principles of SD-OCT and its application in the imaging of peripheral retina.
Peripheral Retinal Degenerations: Optical Coherence Tomography and Retinal Laser Coagulation, 2nd edition, discusses a broad range of retinal pathologies such as chorioretinal degenerations, posterior vitreous detachment, vitreoretinal adhesions and tractions and includes a plethora of high-quality clinical images throughout. Ophthalmologists and retinal specialists will find this updated edition to be the perfect didactic resource for furthering skills and knowledge in this clinical area.
Optical Coherence Tomography is an imaging technique which produces 3D images of the tissues of the eye. The Clinical Guide to Angio-OCT: Non Invasive, Dyeless OCT Angiography presents the principles of Angio-OCT, discusses its clinical possibilities and demonstrates its clinical utility to the everyday OCT user. Divided into eleven chapters, this book covers every aspect of OCT, from new terminology in the field to clinical applications, and a discussion on future ultrahigh speed swept-source OCT Technology, bringing this text firmly up to date. The Clinical Guide to Angio-OCT: Non Invasive, Dyeless OCT Angiography will develop interest in using Angio-OCT in normal clinical work, show the practical clinical utility of this modality in everyday ophthalmology, and help ophthalmologists and technicians to understand this new technique. Key Points * Features discussion on current and future technological and scientific Angio-OCT developments * Over 100 images and tables * Authored by ophthalmology experts from Italy and the US
Clinical OCT Angiography Atlas is a comprehensive guide to this important new imaging modality in ophthalmology. The book is divided into two parts; the first covers the technology and interpretation of OCT angiography, the second covers the study of diseases and disorders using OCT angiography. The second part is further divided into seven sections which provide a general update on clinical OCT angiography research across a range of retinal and choroid disorders. The final section discusses ongoing research and future developments in technology, particularly Ultrahigh Speed Swept Source technology. Enhanced by 251 full colour images, and edited by an internationally recognised team of ophthalmology experts led by Prof Bruno Lumbroso, this book is at the cutting edge of OCT technology. The operating principles and future of this technology are discussed in depth by its original developers, making this an informative and authoritative work. Key Points * Comprehensive, illustrated guide to new imaging technology * Edited by international team of ophthalmology experts * Operating principles and future developments discussed by the original developers *250 full colour images and illustrations
Corneal topography has become essentially a pattern recognition trade, best learned by viewing multiple images of representative patterns. In spite of this, currently available topography books focus only on the technology behind topography, or a particular application of topography, as opposed to presenting a comprehensive collection of topographic patterns that provide quick, consistent pattern recognition and identification. Drs. Wang and Kugler, along with Drs. Morgan and Boerman, look to fill this void with Atlas and Clinical Reference Guide for Corneal Topography.
Atlas and Clinical Reference Guide for Corneal Topography is the first corneal topography book that lends itself to efficient image search and reference for busy clinicians at chair side. Organized into both map-based and disease-based sections, the book allows for quick reference in busy clinical situations.
Images come from the commonly used topographers, the Zeiss Atlas and the Oculus Pentacam, but the principles of pattern recognition can be applied to any topographer. Due to the text’s large collection of topographic images and corresponding corneal conditions, Atlas and Clinical Reference Guide for Corneal Topography can be used side by side with the topographer.
Designed as both a learning tool for students and a reference for clinicians to use when faced with a challenging topography interpretation, Atlas and Clinical Reference Guide for Corneal Topography will be appreciated by a wide spectrum of eye care professionals. General ophthalmologists, cataract and refractive surgeons, corneal specialists, optometrists, and ophthalmology residents and students will benefit from this invaluable atlas for corneal topography.
This richly illustrated, comprehensive guide will enable the reader to identify anatomy and ophthalmic disease as illustrated on optical coherence tomography (OCT). It is the most up-to-date atlas of OCT images, many of which have been obtained with the newer OCT technologies that offer excellent image quality and definition at a microscopic level. All of the major disease areas in ophthalmology are covered, including diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, uveitis, glaucoma, retinal vascular disease, and genetic abnormalities, and further hot topics are also considered. The chapters are written by leading international ophthalmologists from famous academic centers, and the numerous high-quality OCT images ensure that the reader will easily be able to follow the key issues. This book, with its clinical emphasis, will have wide appeal for residents, fellows, and experienced practitioners in ophthalmology, as well as optometrists and medical students and graduates.
Corneal topography is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye. This procedure may be carried out with a Pentacam, which uses a rotating camera to create a 3D image of the anterior of the eye. This second edition has been fully revised to present ophthalmologists with the latest advances in the interpretation of corneal topography using the Pentacam. Beginning with discussion on various devices that may be used for corneal topography, the following sections explain accurate interpretation of the images for diagnosis and treatment. The new edition includes two new chapters on the use of Pentacam topography for refractive surgery patients. The final section presents clinical case studies to assist understanding. Key points * New edition presenting latest advances in interpretation of Pentacam topography * Includes two new chapters on Pentacam for refractive surgery patients * Features case studies to enhance understanding * Previous edition published in 2010
Written in an easy to follow format, this work presents comprehensively the results of fresh investigations in the field of ophthalmology.
Fourier-Domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) is the latest technology available to provide high-speed, high-resolution imaging of the cornea, anterior chamber angle, macula, and optic nerve head. It is uniquely suited for ophthalmologists that treat diseases from the front to the back of the eye.
Inside Imaging the Eye from Front to Back with RTVue Fourier-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography, Drs. David Huang, Jay S. Duker, James G. Fujimoto, Bruno Lumbroso, Joel S. Schuman, and Robert N. Weinreb cover up-to-date OCT technology and diagnostic software of the RTVue. It is the first book that covers clinical applications from the front to the back of the eye, as opposed to concentrating either on posterior segment imaging or anterior segment imaging.
Inside you’ll find:
• Explanation of Fourier-Domain OCT technology
• Teaching of scan pattern selection
• Step-by-step instruction for scan acquisition
• Teaching of the interpretations of OCT images and measurements by many case examples
• Interpretation of en face images
Some chapters covered:
• Anterior segment
• Posterior segment
• Age-related macular degeneration
• Diabetic retinopathy
Imaging the Eye from Front to Back with RTVue Fourier-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography is the must-have book for general ophthalmologists, glaucoma specialists, retina specialists, cornea specialists, and refractive surgeons, as well as biomedical engineers.
There has been a recent explosion of interest in non-invasive optical diagnostic techniques that would provide images of high resolution for the measurement and diagnosis of ocular tissues. The Atlas and Text of Optical Coherence Tomography is at the forefront of this trend, covering the use of anterior and posterior OCT for diagnosing various disorders, identifying correct therapeutic approaches, and monitoring responses to therapies and interventions. A world recognized team of leading authors in this field provide their knowledge and expertise in fundus photographs, fluorescein angiography, OCT applications for diagnosis, management, and follow-up in anterior segment diseases, glaucoma, diabetic macular edema, macular hole, age-related macular degeneration, vitreofoveal traction, idiopathic central serous chorioretinopathy, tumors and more. They also present modern methods of OCT for intraocular treatments, laser guidance, and quality control in the follow-up and research of patients. The Atlas and Text of Optical Coherence Tomography is published in English and Spanish and contains over 200 high quality, colored OCT images and photographs of both normal and diseased appearances, that will help you in the diagnosis assessments. It covered subjects such as: Chapter 1: Introduction to Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT); Chapter 2: OCT Scan Applications, Protocols and Procedures; Chapter 3: Application of Optical Coherence Tomography in Ophthalmology; Chapter 4: Optical Coherence Tomography for Exploring the Anterior Segment of the Eye; Chapter 5: Architecture of Clear Corneal Incisions Demonstrated by OCT; Chapter 6: Optical Coherence Tomography and Retinal Tomography in Glaucoma; Chapter 7: Optic Disc Evaluation with OCT; Chapter 8: Integration of OCT and Fluorescein Angiography in Retinal Diseases; Chapter 9: Optical Coherence Tomography for Intraocular Tumors; Chapter 10: Highlights of Optical Coherence Tomography for Evaluation of Choroidal Tumors; Chapter 11: OCT Benefits in the Diagnosis of Retinal Diseases; Chapter 12: Observations Comparing Conventional and 3D-OCT in the Evaluation of Retinal Disease; Chapter 13: OCT in Diabetic Retinopathy; Chapter 14: Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Macular Edema: Application of the Optical Coherence Tomography; Chapter 15: Interpretation of OCT – Pearls in Macular Holes; Chapter 16: Indications and Applications of OCT in Cystoid Macular Edema; Chapter 17: Interpretation of OCT – Pearls in Age-Related Macular Degeneration; Chapter 18: Funduscopic Alterations in Myopic Patients- A Study of Findings from Clinical Examination and Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT); Chapter 19: The Evolution of the Optical Coherence Tomography: Time Domain vs Spectral Domain OCT.
This book guides ophthalmologists through the interpretation of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) images. The first phase of analysis subdivides each image into its smallest components. The second phase combines these fine details to allow diagnosis and identification of appropriate treatment. Written by leading European experts, this manual features detailed schematic illustrations as well as actual scans, and offers information on the technical and clinical uses in the study of glaucoma and on three dimensional images.
This atlas examines developments in clinical en face imaging, comparing methods and devices and evaluating the most clinically efficient techniques. Divided into three sections, the first part introduces the principles of OCT (optical coherence tomography) and the anatomy and histology of the retina and surrounding area. The second section discusses en face OCT in diagnosing and treating different ocular diseases and disorders. More than 1000 pathological images obtained using different OCT devices are included. The final part describes future developments in the technological and scientific aspects of OCT and their clinical applications. Key points *Evaluates clinical en face OCT techniques for numerous ocular diseases and disorders *Each case includes pathological images from different devices for comparison *Internationally-recognised European and US author and editor team
The emergence of Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) in recent years has revolutionized the way we see the retina. Providing, in real time, high-resolution cross-sectional images of the macula that are very similar to obtaining in vivo histopathological specimens, OCT represents a major advance in the diagnostics of retinal disease. The excitement of working with this new tool has been dampened by the non-availability of any standard textbook on the subject and meant that every new finding on the OCT saw us rushing to the library almost on a daily basis to locate any published reports on the subject. Until now.
Fluorescein and Indocyanine green angiography, including the imaging of fundus autofluorescence, has been significantly improved in the last few years. The use of confocal laser technology in particular has been the most significant impro- ment: the technology is digital, fluorescein and indocyanine green angiography are seen in real time and can be used simultaneously. The clinical findings have been expanded with the addition of infrared, red-free and autofluorescence – aging. The foundations for the new fluorescence angiography atlas of Professor S. Dithmar, Heidelberg and Professor F. Holz (previously of Heidelberg) are fi- ings that have been gathered at the Heidelberg University Department of Ophthalmology with the Heidelberg Angiograph 2 (HRA 2, Heidelberg Engineering. This work documents the authors’ successful collaboration with the Heidelberg Engineering firm. This atlas clearly explains the technical fundamentals of fluorescence angi- raphy and the imaging of pathological fluorescence phenomena. A full chapter is devoted to fundus autofluorescence, particularly with regard to pathological findings in the retinal pigment epithelium. Naturally, diseases of the macula are given particular attention, especially to age-related macular degeneration and the use of Anti-VEGF therapy. The wide spectrum of macular disorders has been expanded with attention given to retinal vascular disease, inflammatory, retinal and choroidal diseases, disorders of the optic nerve, and the typical findings of intraocular tumors, including choroidal melanomas, choroidal metastases and choroidal hemangiomas.
Corneal topography is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye. This procedure may be carried out with a Pentacam, which uses a rotating camera to create a 3D image of the anterior of the eye. This second edition has been fully updated to provide the latest developments in corneal topography and tomography using the Pentacam machine. Beginning with an introduction, the following sections describe the fundamentals of corneal topography and use of the Pentacam with different ophthalmic disorders. With nearly 250 high quality, colour images and illustrations, this concise guide is especially useful to graduate and postgraduate students in learning how to read and interpret corneal topography.
Presents all aspects of IOL power calculations by international masters of the field.
In the past, patients quietly accepted needing an eyeglass prescription after cataract surgery. That is no longer true. This textbook explains just why a more complex evaluation of the eye is needed, and will describe the state of the art in the technology used to ensure the best possible results today.
IOL power calculation is a complex and important subject. A number of new formulas have come up for cataract and refractive surgeons which deliver good outcomes and provide another avenue to validate IOL selections. This international book of IOL power calculations covers all aspects of calculations from normal cornea to after refractive surgery, in Phaco/Microphaco, on irregular corneal surgace, in phakic IOLs, in corneal scarring and astigmatism, and in pediatric cataract surgery.