Xephilio OCT-S1 enables superior penetration of dense objects and provides outstanding tomographic images. Review here several clinical cases.
C: Post Treatment Single-scan Wide-Field OCT Angiogram
Post Treatment Single-scan Wide-Field OCT Angiogram obtained on the same date as image B. Comparable in vertical axis extension to UWF-FFA on image A. Perfused and non-perfused retinal areas are clearly defined without the need of intravenous dye. Note that the residual fibrosed superior mid-peripheral NVE remains perfused and the residual minimally fibrosed temporal mid-peripheral NVE is perfused and not visible on image B.
A: Ultra Wide-Field Fundus Fluorescein Angiogram (UWF-FFA)
Ultra Wide-Field Fundus Fluorescein Angiogram (UWF-FFA) showing treatment-naïve active Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (PDR) with posterior pole and mid-peripheral neovascularisation elsewhere (NVE).
B: Ultra Wide-Field Multi-Wavelength Imaging
Ultra Wide-Field Multi-Wavelength Imaging after successful Targeted Retinal Photocoagulation (TRP) showing fibrosis and apparent complete resolution of superior and temporal mid-peripheral NVE.
D: Post treatment macula-only OCT Retinal Thickness Map
Post treatment macula-only OCT Retinal Thickness Map obtained on same date as image B.
E: Wide-Field OCT Retinal Thickness Map
Wide-Field OCT Retinal Thickness Map obtained on the same date as images B, C and D. Note the mid-peripheral retinal thinning corresponding with areas of laser treatment and localised areas of thickening corresponding with the residual superior and temporal mid-peripheral NVE.
Courtesy of Prof. Paulo E. Stanga, Consultant Ophthalmologist & Vitreoretinal Surgeon, London Vision Clinic – Retina Lead, UK
Branch retinal artery occlusion
Chronic central retinal vein occlusion
Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
Anterior segment OCT*
Xephilio OCT-S1 allows you not only to visualize the microvasculature of the retina, but also of the conjunctiva. The anterior segment can be observed without the need for any additional lens attachments.En-face OCT and OCTA
* Anterior segment OCT is currently intended for research purposes only and must not be used for patient diagnoses.
Original image (w/o intelligent denoise)
Image with intelligent denoise
Single scan wide field OCT Angiography
Post treatment single scan wide field OCT Angiogram. Perfused and non-perfused retinal areas are closely defined without the need of intravenous dye. Note that the residual fibrosed superior mid-peripheral NVE remains perfused and the residual minimally fibrosed temporal mid-peripheral NVE is perfused.
Courtesy of Prof. Paulo E. Stanga, London Vision Clinic, UK.
Wide Field En Face OCT
Xephilio OCT-S1 provides wide-field imaging of up to 23 ×20 mm width with just one scan. Mosaic imaging allows you to create a wide-field OCT image of approximately up to 31 x 27 mm with just 4 or 5 images.
Presentations during Congresses
Dr. Shin Kadomoto speaks about the impact of ultra-widefield swept source OCT and OCT Angiography … and its incredible field of view, during the OCT Congress in Rome, 2019.
Dr. Lorenzo Casillo speaks about the everyday practice with the new Canon A1 SD-OCTA with OCT Angiography, during OCT Congress in Rome, 2019.