"Only Phoenix provides 'true' image guided OCT scan location, and this is essential to success of longitudinal studies"
The Phoenix image-guided OCT displays the OCT scan line on the retinal image simultaneous with the OCT scan. The information from both modalities can be used in real-time to relocate the scan line depending on observations. And, fluorescent information, not visible from the OCT scan can also be used to locate points of research interest.
In addition to it's multi-staged process, the 'scan and search' technique cannot provide OCT scan averaging or locate the scan based on features such as GFP or angiography.
The Phoenix System is not an ad hoc adaptation of clinical instruments. Our Micron IV is optimized for the rodent eye and leads to extraordinary performance and high quality images that enables a new era of in vivo observations.
InSight employs its robust algorithm to create segmentation of the retinal layers automatically, or with full user interaction and control. Data from your scans can be displayed in 3 structural analysis modes: traditional tomography display with lines delineating the layers, Phoenix’s unique color banded/coded display, or numeric data.
The Phoenix Micron IV retinal imaging microscope captures stunning retinal images, including bright field, angiography, and fluorescent imaging. By adding image-guided OCT, image guided focal ERG, anterior segment imaging and image-guided laser delivery modules, you can expand the images available for your research quickly and easily.
Wide field of view images of mice and rat retinas with high clarity
Observe arbitrary fluorescent molecules across the visible spectrum: GFP, mCherry, CFP, YFP, etc.
Resolves the capillary bed and observes the flow of red blood cells.
Designed especially for the rodent eye; Image guided focal ERG, Ganzfeld and mfERG/PERG
Attach the palm sized OCT scan head onto the retinal imaging microscope in a minute and the power of integrated retinal analysis is instantly delivered.