Tomey CASIA2 Cornea/Anterior Segment OCT

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– Testing application for Cataract / Glaucoma / Cornea Surgery
– Glaucoma angle analysis (360°)
– Advanced imaging with high resolution and deep scanning depth (13 mm)
– Very fast scanning speed (50.000 A-scan/sec)
– Corneal topography + IOL choice & calculation
– Lens shape analysis & trend analysis
– Phakic IOL simulation

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The next-generation Cornea / Anterior Segment OCT “CASIA2”,
will advance cataract surgery

Efficient support of cataract surgery

  • Advanced Imaging Deeper, wider and clearer
  • Testing application for cataract surgery
  • Fullling Analysis Function
    • Trend analysis.
    • Lens shape analysi

Advanced Imaging. Cornea and lens shown in one image

Deeper Imaging

With CASIA2, the light source of coherency functions is improved, and higher sensibility toward depth is realized compared to our former model. By using this new technology, it is possible to measure to a depth of 13mm from anterior cornea to posterior lens with one shot.

Wider Imaging

Capturing images around the angle is possible in corneal topography mode. As with corneal shape analysis, it is possible to extract and analyze the angle and observe the IOL, which enables testing without switching measuring modes.
*For lens shape measurement, LensBiometry capture is necessary.

Clearer Imaging

By scanning 16 images simultaneously, clearer images are obtained.


CASIA IOL Cataract Surgery (CICS)

The testing application for cataract surgery, CICS, is installed in the CASIA2, which effectively supports cataract surgery.

There are two types in CICS:

“Pre-op testing” and “Post-op testing”.

To use their functions, capture the image within each testing protocol.

Fulfilling analysis functions

Trend Analysis

Lens Shape Analysis

The color code map shows parameter changes of each corneal shape. Additionally, the simplicity of the graph means information is instinctively easy to grasp making this analysis useful for observing the keratoconus. While capturing anterior cornea to posterior lens, it is possible to measure corneal curvature, thickness and tilt of the anterior / posterior lens.