The broadening frontier of technology used in ocular imaging is continuously affecting the landscape of clinical eye care. With each wave of enhanced imaging modalities, the field faces the difficulties of optimally incorporating these devices into the clinic. Ocular imaging devices have been widely incorporated into clinical management after their diagnostic capabilities have been documented in a wide range of ocular disease. In this review, we are presenting the main commercially available devices for imaging of the posterior segment of the eye.
- ocular imaging devices
- optical coherence tomography
- scanning laser ophthalmoscopy
- scanning laser polarimetry
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