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Topcon Triton Plus Swept Source OCT

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Topcon Triton Swept Source OCTThe Topcon Triton Plus is a multi-modal swept source OCT with a non-mydriatic color fundus camera. Utilizing a 1,050 nm wavelength light source, and a scanning speed of 100,000 A-scans per second, it provides uniform scanning sensitivity allowing superior visualization of the vitreous and choroid in the same scan. Invisible OCT scanning light, eye tracking during the capture of selected scans, along with high scanning speeds reduce the effect of patient eye movement, decreasing testing time and allowing for more data be to collected in a shorter period of time. A 12 mm x 9 mm wide field scan along with automated layer segmentation provides measurement and topographical maps of the optic nerve and macula in one scan.

The Triton Plus performs fundus autofluoresence, standard fundus fluorescein angiography as well as OCT angiography. This non-invasive technology provides exquisite retinal vascular detail without dye injection, as is needed with standard angiography.

OCT Angiography

The easy-to-use, intuitive IMAGEnet 6 software enables dynamic viewing of the OCT data, providing 3D, 2D, and fundus images simultaneously. Pin-Point™ Registration identifies an exact pathological location across all imaging modalities available within the Triton. In addition, both compare and trend analysis functions allow users to view serial exams of several scan protocols including the 12x9mm 3D wide-field scan. En face technology with layer flattening application allows for visualization of the various layers of the retina.

The Triton OCT allows us to view your retina in previously unobtainable detail, enhancing our ability to diagnose and manage a wide range of retinal disorders, including diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, ocular histoplasmosis, central serous retinopathy, macular pucker, macular holes, and vitreomacular traction.

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