Easy operation with 3D auto tracking, auto shot, and user friendly interface
The acclaimed 3D auto tracking and auto shot functions allow easy imaging of the fundus and all its features. Each standard and professional mode has a different image capture interface which can be selected based on clinic preference.
High definition images
For OCT imaging, up to 50 images can be averaged and the OCT sensitivity is selectable among ultra fine, fine, and regular sensitivities based on ocular pathology. The Retina Scan Duo™ has a built-in 12-megapixel CCD camera, producing high quality fundus images.
Wide area scan (12 x 9 mm) / Wide area normative database (9 x 9 mm)
A 12 x 9 mm wide area image centered on the macula can be captured with the Retina Scan Duo™. The 9 x 9 mm normative database provides a color-coded map indicating distribution range of the patient’s macular thickness in a population of normal eyes.
Multiple OCT scan patterns
A wide range of scanning patterns are available to allow the practitioner to select a scan that suits the retinal region and ocular pathology.
Value added features
Fundus autofluorescence (FAF)
The FAF is a non-invasive method to evaluate the RPE without contrast dye. The function is helpful for detecting early stage retinal disorders.
*Available for the FAF model.
*Images courtesy of Kariya Toyota General Hospital.
OCT image screening software
The optional OCT image screening software* categorizes OCT images acquired from all models in the RS series, increasing efficiency when reviewing numerous OCT images.
*Analysis is performed with a software module created by CRESCO Ltd.
If the analysis outcome is blank, screening has not been performed or the images are not appropriate for screening.
1) Macula cross, Macula multi cross, Macula radial 6/12 and Macula map (only if cross scan is executed) scan pattern
2) Scan length is 6.0 mm 3) Scan position is 0 or 90 degrees 4) Image centered on fovea