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  1. Considering New Ophthalmic Diagnostic Equipment? Read This First!

    Considering new ophthalmic diagnostic equipment? Read this first!

    Finding the latest and greatest ophthalmic diagnostic equipment for your practice can be a blessing and a curse! While cutting-edge diagnostic instruments can help you deliver remarkable patient care, the unwavering push to obtain the most advanced instrumentation can but a substantial strain on your

  2. Taking a Deeper Look at A-Scan Ultrasound Biometry

    Taking a deeper look at A-Scan ultrasound biometry

    A-scan ultrasound biometry is a relatively routine type of ultrasonic diagnostic testing used to diagnose a range of common sight diseases and disorders. A-scan (Amplitude scan) uses the high-frequency sound wave (ultrasound) to provide

  3. How UBM Imaging Is Key for Eye Care Professionals

    How UBM imaging is key for eye care professionals

    Ultrasound Biomicroscopy (UBM) imaging is a technique for ocular pathology diagnosis. By producing a very high frequency, UBM imaging delivers greater quality imaging at extremely close distances — allowing for micro-sized images for specific diagnoses.

    Due to its high resolution, UBM imaging d

  4. Spotting the Similarities & Differences in A-Scan vs. B-Scan Imaging

    Spotting the similarities & differences in A-Scan vs. B-Scan imaging

    There are generally two types of ultrasonic diagnostic devices used by ophthalmic professionals: A-scan and B-scan instruments. As a leader in the ophthalmic instrument field, Keeler offers both types of innovative scanning systems.

    Since the introduction of this technology in the mid-twentieth

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