File recommendations

This is a section with recommended file conditions for your best Altris AI experience. Aside from that, this sections also describes the types of scans that we do NOT work with.

At Altris AI, we provide you with an opportunity to upload different types of files: DICOM and NON-DICOM formats (JPG, PNG) and .zip archives for Heidelberg users.

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To get the best out of Altris AI, please make sure you follow our standard guidelines. These include: macular zone scan, retina 3D, horizontal b-scans (we recommend to use average number of b-scans - 128). Altris AI platform works well with narrow scans of 6, 7 or 8 mm.

However, there are some mandatory conditions for the files that you are uploading onto the platform.
Please note that we do NOT support fundus images, or any images of optic disc. The uploaded file with the fundus/optic disc image in it will NOT be analyzed accordingly.

Scans such as this one are **NOT** supported

Scans such as this one are NOT supported

Aside from that, we also ask you to upload macular zone scans that are of great brightness level. Dark scans cause the issue of poor retina layers segmentation, which in turn, can lead to inaccurate calculations.

Example of a dark scan

Example of a dark scan

Scans in Report format are NOT supported as well.

Scans such as this one are **NOT** supported

Scans such as this one are NOT supported

If you’re a Zeiss user, you can export your files using Forum in the OPT format. If it’s not the opt format then it won’t work. Please follow this link to learn more: https://docs.altris.ai/docs/zeiss-export-from-forum

Heidelberg OCT uses degrees, not mm. Please pay attention on the following equivalent: 1mm ~ 3.3° -> 7mm scan ~ 23,1°.