Capturing the Entire Eye in 3-D with Optical Coherence Tomography

Anthony Kuo, MD, and Ryan McNabb, PhD, demonstrate the potential of whole-eye imaging in this video (3:26)

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Using Optical Coherence Tomography to look at the front and back of the eye, Duke corneal specialists capture a full, 3-dimensional image of the eye—a one-to-one, exact replica. Here, Anthony Kuo, MD, and Ryan McNabb, PhD, discuss the development of this imaging tool as an essential step toward establishing a single standard for future ophthalmological assessment.