The various kinds of quantitative analysis provided by the DREAM OCT™, such as measurements for ACA, RNFL, GCC, as well as the ONH vessel density, could be very helpful for screening and monitoring.

Meanwhile, the AS-OCTA could be a convenient and intuitive tool for clinical assessment.

Automatic Measurements for 360° Anterior Chamber Angle

Based on AI identification for some anatomical structures such as scleral spur, the DREAM OCT™ could provide automatic measurements for anterior chamber angle, including AOD, ARA, TISA, TIA, etc., to achieve a non-contact rapid assessment.

High-resolution AS-OCTA

With the help of “Deep Layer” AI segmentation, the DREAM OCT™ could easily clarify the vessels around the limbus, and show new vessels on the iris very clearly. In addition, the DREAM Swept-Source engine could penetrate through the dense pigment on iris much more easily, visualizing the iris flow much more clearly than ever before.

RNFL & GCC Analysis

With the help of “Deep Layer” AI segmentation, the DREAM OCT™ could precisely identify the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and the ganglion cell complex (GCC), in order to achieve more accurate thickness measurements. The RNFL & GCC analysis plays a very important role in clinical screening and monitoring.

ONH Vessel Density Analysis

Based on OCT angiography of ONH, the DREAM OCT™ could measure vessel density only for small vessels. As the large vessels have been excluded, this kind of analysis could show the injure on radial peripapillary capillary plexus (RPCP) much more objectively, providing more accurate data for early diagnosis and research work.