Everyday Oct: A Handbook For Clinicians & Technicians

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Item#: 9781630911720
Edition 02
Author Schuman Et Al (Eds)
Cover Spiral bound

Optical coherence tomography has become a part of clinical routine in everyday eye practice, allowing objective, quantitative structural assessment and driving clinical decision making in retinal diseases, glaucoma and cataract surgery. To guide the eyecare professionals who rely on this technology,Everyday OCT: A Handbook for Clinicians and Technicians, Second Editionis a user-friendly, practical reference that provides all of the information they need to know about current OCT technologies and their clinical utilities.

Table of Contents


About the Editors

About the Associate Editors

Contributing Authors


Part 1 Operational Guide

Chapter 1 General Principles of Getting Good Quality Optical Coherence Tomography Scans

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Chapter 2 How to Ensure Good Image Quality

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Chapter 3 Optical Coherence Tomography Image Artifacts

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Chapter 4 Scanning Protocol 101

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Chapter 5 Providing Reliable Analysis

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Chapter 6 Device-Specific Guidance and Tips

6-1 Cirrus HD OCT

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

6-2 RTVue, iVue, iScan, Avanti, and AngioVue

Bill Dilworth


Masanori Hangai, MD, PhD

6-4 Bioptigen OCT (Leica Microsystems)

Bo Wang, PhD and Larry Kagemann, PhD, FARVO

6-5 A Practical Everyday Guide for the New Topcon OCTs

Michael J. Sinai, PhD; Thai Do, BS; Sheriann O'Brien, CCOA; and Ben Turley

6-6 Canon OCT-HS100

Sotaro Ooto, MD, PhD

Part 2 Interpretation Guide

Chapter 7 Retinal and Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorders

Joseph N. Martel, MD; Katie A. Lucy, BS; and Gadi Wollstein, MD

Chapter 8 Glaucoma

Gadi Wollstein, MD and Katie A. Lucy, BS

Chapter 9 Anterior Segment

Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD

Part 3 Technical Guide

Chapter 10 Optical Coherence Tomography: Past, Present, and Future

James G. Fujimoto, PhD; Eric M. Moult, BSc; Eric Swanson, MSEE; Benjamin Potsaid, PhD;