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Ophthalmology Cameras

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JENA, Germany, Nov. 18, 2015 — Carl Zeiss Meditec AG has announced the Visucam 225 and 524 cameras, both of which feature a high-resolution optical chain to deliver enhanced retinal details for more effective detection and management of eye diseases.

An internal 24-MP sensor and enhanced post-processing provides fast and informative imaging in high quality from a nonmydriatic design. Fundus autofluorescence supports current and emerging therapeutic management options for dry age-related macular degeneration. Color and red-free modalities enhance the visualization of different anatomical features.

The 524 model offers fluorescein angiography and optional indocyanine green angiography for the assessment of vascular blood flow and leakage.
Nov 2015

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