Pathology Progression

In Pathology Progression tab you can:

  • Trace pathology progression by adding several examinations at the screen.

  • Progression section allows for tracing the state of pathology and its transformation with time.

  • Examinations can be placed in a convenient order with the possibility to swap, delete them, and add new ones.

  • A comprehensible graph indicating the change of the central layer thickness is available here as well.

  • Trace the change of the central sector thickness in real-time.

Click on the Progression tab to go to the screen for comparing current and historical scans to detect changes over time

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Progression tab consists of the following compounds for multiple examinations:

  • Examination date

  • Button to remove examination from comparison

  • OCT severity detection map with the option to browse through them and select the specific one

  • Drag and drop - user can swap around scans and place them in the order he/she/ needs

  • Filter scans by order of severity: all, green - normal retina, yellow - moderate concern, red - high concern

  • Quality of scan [N/A - 10]

  • Scan number

  • Selected scan

  • Scan zoom icon (user can review a particular scan in its original size)

  • Arrows to change scan selection

  • Sync scrolling - you can look through examinations simultaneously to see pathologies progress

  • +Add examination button to add new examination instead of selecting already given scan

  • Layer thickness (average, single, multiple, GCC thickness)

You can easily track pathology progression by adding several examinations on the screen, as well as by placing exams in a convenient order.

Select a particular biomarker and track changes to the thickness of the central sector over time and views the graph of changes (table at bottom of page).

B-Scan Area

En-Face Area