Optos Launches Monaco Ultra-widefield Imaging Device with OCT in US

May 4, 2018: By Jon Swedien
Optos Monaco

Optos Monaco

Optos has launched Monaco, an ultra-widefield imaging (UWF) device combined with optical coherence tomography (OCT), in the US, the Nikon subsidiary announced May 3.

Monaco is a desktop retinal imaging device with ultra-widefield color imaging, three-in-one color depth imaging, and autofluorescence (AF) modalities combined with OCT, Optos said.

Monaco produces a 200-degree single-capture optomap image in less than half a second and also provides cross-sectional 40-degree OCT views of retinal structures, Optos said.

The Marlborough, Massachusetts, company said Monaco enables a rapid multi-modality capture for both eyes in as little as two minutes.

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