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Two Sides of the Full OCT Picture

sponsored by Topcon Healthcare

As a market leader in OCT instrumentation, Topcon offers two instruments to cover ophthalmologists’ OCT based needs. Triton helps with deep ocular imaging, with swept source OCT technology and multimodal imaging that enables assessment and preservation of patients’ eye health. Whereas Maestro2 combines true color fundus imaging and automated OCT angiography into one instrument, to cover the rest of your needs.

All this and more is explained in this video interview with Catharine Chisholm, Topcon Healthcare’s Director of Global Education and Training, direct from the show floor of ESCRS in Milan.

Learn more about Topcon OCT Solutions

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