May 04, 2018
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Optos launches Monaco, UWF retinal imaging device with OCT

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Optos plc, part of Nikon Corp., announced the U.S. launch of Monaco, the first ultra-widefield imaging device combined with optical coherence tomography.

Monaco is a compact desktop UWF retinal imaging device, which provides greater imaging functionality, according to a company press release.

“The addition of OCT to our ultra-widefield imaging device offers a more comprehensive array of imaging tools in one machine, enabling eye care practitioners to see and treat retinal pathology earlier and more effectively,” Robert Kennedy, CEO of Optos, said in the release.

The device is the company’s first combined imaging device with ultra-widefield color imaging, 3-in-1 color depth imaging and autofluorescence modalities paired with OCT.

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