1. Method and apparatus for spatially mapping three-dimensional optical coherence tomography data with two-dimensional images

    Method and apparatus for spatially mapping three-dimensional optical coherence tomography data with two-dimensional images

    Voxel data from a three-dimensional optical coherence tomography (3-D OCT) scan of a retina and pixel data from a two-dimensional (2-D) fundus image are spatially mapped. A 2-D composite image generated from the 3-D OCT data is spatially mapped to a fundus image using spatial indicia common to both images. The 3-D OCT data is then spatially mapped to the fundus image. An image processing system generates cross-correlated graphical representations of 3-D OCT data, subsets of 3-D OCT data, and a fundus image.

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