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    Ultrasound biomicroscopy enhances ophthalmic imaging applications

    Why UBM technology can be powerful tool for glaucoma, trauma, anatomical measurement



    Advances in ultrasound biomicroscopy enable the capture of higher quality images to ophthalmic surgeons who seek accurate diagnoses or anatomic measurements.


    Dr. De La Torre Estremadoyro

    Lima, Peru—As an ultrasound and imaging specialist, the goal is to present the highest-quality images to colleagues when they seek accurate diagnoses or measurements. Accordingly, this can best be achieved using the highest-quality imaging devices.

    The objective of this article is to explain the utilization of ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) for patients with glaucoma and trauma, as well as for obtaining anatomy measurements. Additionally, in using one such UBM platform (Aviso S, Quantel Medical) in practice, not only do recorded examinations reduce the amount of paper used, but surgeons are also offered a photograph as well as real-time video by electronic media of the anterior and intermediate segment.

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