Anterior chamber model eye for OCT by Rowe Technical Design

July 19, 2013
An anterior chamber (AC) model eye with cornea tissue phantom from Rowe Technical Design is designed for optical coherence tomography (OCT) technician training, as well as OCT development and repair.

An anterior chamber (AC) model eye with cornea tissue phantom from Rowe Technical Design (Dana Point, CA) is designed for optical coherence tomography (OCT) technician training, as well as OCT development and repair. The eye incorporates an 11.5-mm-diameter cornea with 500 µm central corneal thickness, anatomically accurate anterior and posterior curvatures, and a 3-mm-deep AC that ends with a 4 mm diameter pupil iris plane. The eye can also be docked with femtosecond cataract and LASIK resectioning lasers.

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