Anterior segment module receives FDA clearance

Heidelberg Engineering has gained FDA clearance for its Spectralis anterior segment module, which provides high-resolution images of the cornea, anterior chamber angle, and sclera using the company's Heidelberg Noise Reduction technology.

Heidelberg Engineering (Heidelberg, Germany) has gained FDA clearance for its Spectralis anterior segment module, which provides high-resolution images of the cornea, anterior chamber angle, and sclera using the company's Heidelberg Noise Reduction technology.

Compatible with all Spectralis spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) models, the module also enables clinicians to assess both chamber angles at the same time using a 16-mm-wide angle-to-angle OCT scan.

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