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    2. Repeatability of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer and inner retinal thickness among 2 spectral domain optical coherence tomography devices

      Repeatability of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer and inner retinal thickness among 2 spectral domain optical coherence tomography devices

      PURPOSE. To compare measurement of macular inner retina and peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer (pRNFL) thickness using 2 spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) devices in glaucoma patients, patients with ocular hypertension, idiopathic and atypical Parkinson's disease and healthy controls. METHODS. One-hundred seventy-one eyes of 146 participants underwent successful pRNFL and macular scanning and automated measurement of ganglion cell layer + inner plexiform layer (GCL-IPL) using Cirrus® HD-OCT or retinal nerve fiber layer + ganglion cell layer + inner plexiform layer (RNFL-GCL-IPL) using RTVue-100®. Macular RNFL was added to the GCL-IPL thickness measured by Cirrus and was compared to the RNFL-GCL-IPL thickness of ...

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    3. In Vivo Three-Dimensional Characterization of the Healthy Human Lamina Cribrosa with Adaptive Optics Spectral-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

      In Vivo Three-Dimensional Characterization of the Healthy Human Lamina Cribrosa with Adaptive Optics Spectral-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

      Purpose: To characterize the in vivo 3D lamina cribrosa (LC) microarchitecture of healthy eyes using adaptive optics spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (AO-SDOCT). Methods: One randomly selected eye from each of 18 healthy subjects was scanned with Cirrus HD-OCT and AO-SDOCT centered on the optic nerve head. LC microarchitecture, imaged by the later device, was semi-automatically segmented and quantified for connective tissue volume fraction (CTVF), beam thickness, pore diameter, pore area and pore aspect ratio. The LC was assessed in central and peripheral regions of equal areas, quadrants and with depth. A linear mixed-effects model weighted by the fraction of visible ...

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    4. Characterization of macular thickness changes in Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy by optical coherence tomography

      Characterization of macular thickness changes in Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy by optical coherence tomography

      Background To characterize macular thickness (MT) changes in Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) patients by cirrus HD-optical coherence tomography (OCT), and to study the correlation between MT and best corrected visual acuity (BCVA). Methods Fifty-two eyes from 52 consecutive LHON patients and 14 eyes from 14 age- and sex-matched healthy controls were scanned by OCT. Affected eyes were classified into five groups according to disease duration (1st group: <=3 months; 2nd group: 3-6 months; 3rd group: 6-9 months; 4th group: 9-12 months; and 5th group: >12 months). MT was compared and analyzed. The correlation between BCVA and MT was ...

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    5. Improved User Interface For Acquistion, Display And Analysis Of Ophthalmic Diagnostic Data

      Improved User Interface For Acquistion, Display And Analysis Of Ophthalmic Diagnostic Data

      Improvements to user interfaces for ophthalmic imaging systems, in particular Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) systems are described to improve how diagnostic data are displayed, analyzed and presented to the user. The improvements include user customization of display and reports, protocol driven work flow, bookmarking of particular B-scans, accessing information from a reference library, customized normative databases, and ordering of follow-up scans directly from a review screen.

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    6. Systems And Methods For Variable Mode Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging

      Systems And Methods For Variable Mode Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging

      Systems and methods for improvements to optical coherence tomography systems for operating in different imaging modes are presented. In one embodiment, a system for identifying the presence and type of an adjunct lens operably connected to the OCT instrument for changing between imaging modes in the system is described. In a second embodiment, a system for dynamically autofocusing the OCT system depending on the layer of interest is presented.

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    7. Analysis of peripapilary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness of healthy Chinese from northwestern Shanghai using Cirrus HD-OCT

      Analysis of peripapilary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness of healthy Chinese from northwestern Shanghai using Cirrus HD-OCT
      ...e fiber layer (RNFL) thickness of healthy Chinese individuals from northwestern Shanghai using Cirrus HD-OCT (Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. Dublin, CA, USA). METHODS:The peripapillary RNFL thickness of 720 eyes from 360 heal...
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    8. Method Of Motion Correction In Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging

      Method Of Motion Correction In Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging

      An image data set acquired by an optical coherence tomography (OCT) system is corrected for effects due to motion of the sample. A first set of A-scans is acquired within a time short enough to avoid any significant motion of the sample. A second more extensive set of A-scans is acquired over an overlapping region on the sample. Significant sample motion may occur during acquisition of the second set. A-scans from the first set are matched with A-scans from the second set, based on similarity between the longitudinal optical scattering profiles they contain. Such matched pairs of A-scans are likely ...

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    9. Measurement of retinal nerve fiber layer and macular ganglion cell-inner plexiform layer with spectral-domain optical coherence tomography in patients with optic nerve head drusen

      Measurement of retinal nerve fiber layer and macular ganglion cell-inner plexiform layer with spectral-domain optical coherence tomography in patients with optic nerve head drusen

      Purpose To evaluate the effect of optic nerve head drusen (ONHD) on the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and macular ganglion cell–inner plexiform layer (GCIPL) using Cirrus optical coherence tomography (OCT). Methods Fifty-seven eyes of thirty patients with ONHD and thirty-eight eyes of twenty age-matched and sex-matched control subjects underwent circumpapillary and macular scanning using Cirrus OCT. The percentages of eyes with abnormal GCIPL and RNFL values according to the Cirrus normative data were analysed and compared. Results Overall, eyes with ONHD showed abnormally reduced values for average and minimum GCIPL thicknesses in 35 % and 45 % of cases compared ...

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    10. Device and method for measuring an optical break-through in a tissue

      Device and method for measuring an optical break-through in a tissue

      ] The invention relates to a device for measuring an optical penetration that is triggered in a tissue underneath the tissue surface by means of therapeutic laser radiation which a laser-surgical device concentrates in a treatment focus located in said tissue. The inventive device is provided with a detection beam path comprising a lens system which couples radiation emanating from the tissue underneath the tissue surface into the detection beam path. A detector device generating a detection signal which indicates the spatial dimension and/or position of the optical penetration in the issue is arranged downstream of the detection beam path.

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    11. Surgical microscope system and method

      Surgical microscope system and method

      A microscopy system and method allow observing a fluorescent substance accumulated in a tissue. The tissue can be observed at a same time both with visible light and with fluorescent light. It is possible to observe a series of previously recorded fluorescent light images in superposition with the visible light images. An end of the series of images may be automatically determined. A thermal protective filter may be inserted into a beam path of an illuminating system at such automatically determined end of the series. Further, the fluorescent light image may be analyzed for identifying a coherent fluorescent portion thereof ...

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    12. System for the improved imaging of eye structures

      System for the improved imaging of eye structures

      A system for the improved imaging of eye structures based on optical coherence tomography. The system includes an interferometric measuring arrangement, which has an optical element arranged in the measurement arm or reference arm for influencing the polarization state of the light before the light is interferometrically superimposed, a scanning unit arranged in the measurement arm for implementing OCT scans, a detector for recording the produced interference pattern, and an evaluating and documenting unit. At least two different polarization states of the light are produced. The interference patterns produced in the interferometric measuring arrangement are recorded and forwarded to the ...

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    13. Methods to reduce variance in OCT analysis of the macula

      Methods to reduce variance in OCT analysis of the macula

      Methods for analyzing optical coherence tomography (OCT) images of the macula to reduce variance and improve disease diagnosis are presented. One embodiment of the invention is directed towards selecting analysis locations and data segmentation techniques to take advantage of structural homogeneities. Another embodiment is directed towards reducing the variance in a collection of normative data by transforming the individual members of the database to correspond to a Standard Macula. Variations in foveal size are corrected by radial transformation. Variations in layer thickness are corrected by axial shifting. Diagnosis is performed by comparing OCT images from a patient to the improved ...

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  2. About Carl Zeiss Meditec

    Carl Zeiss Meditec

    Carl Zeiss Meditec.  Ophthalmology Systems.  Carl Zeiss Meditec is an integrated medical technology company with two main areas of business activity.  In the field of ophthalmology we offer complete solutions for treating the four main eye ailments: vision defects (refraction), cataract, glaucoma and retinal disorders. Our products support doctors and patients to diagnose and treat these ailments efficiently and precisely, thus giving both of them clear benefits, not least by offering them a comprehensive disease management solution. The acquisition of Carl Zeiss Surgical has strengthened our leading market and competitive position for devices and systems in ophthalmic surgery.  Furthermore, we have secured an outstanding starting position in the growth market of neuro/ENT surgery. As the world‘s leading provider of surgical microscopes and visualisation solutions for these treatments, we will further expand our footprint in this area through organic growth and strategic expansion into adjacent market segments. In doing so, we want to develop into a solution provider in this area as well.  Carl Zeiss Meditec's medical technology portfolio is rounded off by innovative and promising future technologies such as intraoperative radiation therapy, which allows the targeted treatment of breast cancer and brain cancer during the operation stage itself.

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    1. I have come to rely on the Carl Zeiss Meditec brand for consistent and reliable technologies that are at the forefront of innovation and patient care.
      Ike K. Ahmed in Carl Zeiss Meditec Introduces New Suite of Ophthalmic Innovations
    2. Mr Taylor has been instrumental in making Meditec one of the leading companies in the field of ophthalmology in the past few years. My sincere thanks are due to him for his effort and dedication. I am pleased that Mr Taylor will continue to support us in the role of independent consultant and that we will be able to draw on his experience in future. Furthermore, I am convinced that we are ideally set with our current team to accelerate the proposed realisation of growth potential of Carl Zeiss Meditec.
      Michael Kaschke in Carl Zeiss Meditec reorganises management of its strategic business units
    3. Carl Zeiss Meditec received the highest overall Frost & Sullivan Competitive Metrics Score in the recently completed Strategic Analysis of Optical Imaging Technologies in U.S. Clinical Diagnostics Markets.
      In Frost & Sullivan Lauds Carl Zeiss Meditec for Dominating the OCT Market for Ophthalmic Applications