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Making the revolutionary routine

with OCT Angiography

AngioPlex® OCT Angiography from ZEISS ushers in a new era of eye care with non-invasive imaging of retinal microvasculature - taking glaucoma and retinal disease management and treatment planning to the next level.

Transform your everyday

by making OCT Angiography a reality in your practice

Integrating OCT Angiography into your practice provides advanced care for your patients and the advanced technology you need to support the demands of today's aging population.

Uncover hidden pathology in a range of everyday eye conditions.

Diabetic Retionopathy (DR)

Conventional OCT shows macular thickness to be within the normal range for this known diabetic patient. AngioPlex OCTA highlights early signs of diabetic changes, evident by a ragged foveal avascular zone (FAZ), and instances of microaneurysms that cannot be seen clinically.

Age related macular degeneration (AMD)

Conventional OCT B-scan indicates structural effects of wet AMD. AngioPlex directly reveals the choroidal neovascularization (CNV) lesion, providing improved ability to monitor treatment regimen.

Glaucoma

RNFL thickness maps identify global thinning in the retinal nerve fiber layer. The AngioPlex for ONH with Metrix visualizes and quantifies peripapillary capillary perfusion, providing important vascular insights into glaucoma.

Non-invasive and dyeless

Unlike other OCTA technologies, ZEISS AngioPlex enables the visualization of both vascular and structural information from a single, non-invasive scan. Watch the video to understand how it works.

Fast and easy

AngioPlex image capture with Single Scan Simplicity and FastTrac™ lets you scan at the highest resolution, minimizing artifacts from blinks and other eye movements, and without sacrificing patient throughput. Watch the video to understand how it works.

Visualize vascular abnormalities

AngioPlex OCT Angiography - powered by eyecare's leading clinical OCT platform, ZEISS CIRRUS - enables you to do more: gain workflow effiency, deliver care with ease, quantify vascular change and manage more with confidence.

AngioPlex 8x8 mm superficial slab
14x14mm AngioPlex Montage of proliferative diabetic retinopathy.

See wider for a quick vascular assessment

Widefield OCTA scan allows visualization of vasculature and detection of diseases that affect the macula and peripheral retina, enabling quick and comprehensive vascular assessment.

Reveal the finer details of the retinal microvasculature

With a single click, isolate retinal layers of interest from the vitreoretinal interface located deep into choroid.

Gain new insights into glaucoma and retinal conditions

AngioPlex Metrix for Macula and ONH allows clinicians to objectively assess and track progressive eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma with quantification tools.

Explore OCT Angiography cases

12x12 mm single-shot OCTA of branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO). Image courtesy of Jesse Jung, MD, East Bay Retina, United States
3x3 mm AngioPlex OCTA of proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR). Image courtesy of Roger Goldberg, MD, Bay Area Retina Associates
6x6 mm HD AngioPlex OCTA of non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy (NPDR). Image courtesy of Roger Goldberg, MD, Bay Area Retina Associates, United States
8x8 mm HD AngioPlex OCTA of BRVO. Image courtesy of Roger Goldberg, MD, Bay Area Retina Associates, United States
AngioPlex for ONH of a normal eye showing the blood vessels at the lamina cribrosa level.
AngioPlex for ONH of an eye with advanced glaucoma highlighting late stage cupping and blood vessels at the lamina cribrosa level.