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Scanning Systems, Ultrasonic, Ophthalmic

Definition : Ultrasonic scanning systems that include an ultrasonic scanner (usually operated in A or B mode), transducers (frequencies of 7.5 to 10.0 MHz are typically used because high-resolution imaging is needed), dedicated software, a recording subsystem, and a printer. Most ophthalmic ultrasonic scanning systems are used to measure the axial length of the eye, to assess eyes in which opacity prevents direct ophthalmologic examinations, and to study both intraocular and orbital tumors.

Entry Terms : "Ultrasound Scanners, Ophthalmic" , "Foreign Body Detectors, Ophthalmic" , "Scanners, Ultrasonic, Ophthalmic" , "Ophthalmic Ultrasonic Scanners" , "Ultrasonic Units, Diagnostic" , "Echoophthalmographs"

UMDC code : 11389

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DGH Technology Inc

Company Type: Parent

DGH Technology, Inc. is the acknowledged world-wide leader and the pace-setter for ultrasonic equipment for eye care professionals since 1982. The OHT Study used DGH pachymeters exclusively to insure accurate, reliable, reproducible central corneal measurements. The pachymeter exclusive measurement algorithm ensures perpendicularity of the probe transducer to with in 10 degrees.

Hai Laboratories Inc

Company Type: Parent

iScience Interventional

Company Type: Parent

Sonogage Inc

Company Type: Parent

Sonogage, Inc. was founded in 1985, to provide state-of-the-art ultrasonic instrumentation at economical prices. Sonogage has pioneered instrumentation and has revolutionized ultrasonic pachometry.

Veatch Ophthalmic Instruments

Company Type: Parent

Founded in 1988, Veatch Ophthalmic Instruments established itself as a distributor of traditional exam lane equipment, offering top notch knowledge and service to professional nationwide. Seeing the opportunity in the marketplace for new and more efficient ophthalmic technology solutions, Veatch branched out in 1992 to create ReSeeVit digital imaging. ReSeeVit pioneered a new digital imaging concept which had an immediate and positive impact in the ophthalmic equipment market.

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