At the 10th World Glaucoma Congress (June 28 – July 1, 2023, Rome), Prof. Dr. Christopher Kai-shun Leung and Dr. Felix Gonzalez-Lopez shared some of the many advantages of using Tomey’s CASIA2 anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT) in daily clinical practice.
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CASIA2 AS-OCT and its Significant Impact on Glaucoma Diagnostics
According to Prof. Dr. Leung, AS-OCT has two clear advantages over traditional diagnostics like gonioscopy: 1) The ability to evaluate the angle in the dark; and 2) The ability to assess iris trabecular contact (ITC), which is critical to quantify the angle in a reproducible and objective manner.
CASIA2 AS-OCT in Phakic Lens Surgery Then, Dr. Gonzalez-Lopez explains how the CASIA2 dynamic application allows physicians to study both the vault of the lens and the trabecular iris angle in a precise, reproducible way.
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