More Coherent Surgery
Three-year results from the DISCOVER study
Ruth Steer |
Over the last decade, intraoperative OCT has emerged as a valuable tool; not only can it provide real-time information on surgical outcomes, it can influence decision-making during the surgery. “Previous research has demonstrated the potential feasibility of intraoperative OCT when used externally to the microscope,” says Justis Ehlers of Cole Eye Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA. Ehlers is Principal Investigator on the DISCOVER study, which was launched to evaluate the role of microscope-integrated OCT in ophthalmic surgery.
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