AngioVue OCTA Imaging Platform

AngioVue Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography, or OCTA, is a Comprehensive Structural and Functional Imaging — in a Single Imaging Platform

See the Retinal Vasculature Like You've Never Seen it Before


The AngioVue™ OCTA incorporates the same great features of the Avanti™ Widefield OCT system with OCT Angiography, bringing valuable new information to clinical practice through non-invasive visualization of retinal and choroidal vascular structures. 

AngioVue OCTA produces ultra-high resolution, three-dimensional images that are displayed as individual layers of retinal vasculature, allowing you to isolate specific areas of interest and see microvasculature that is not easily seen with FA or ICGA. New high-density OCTA imaging produces larger format scans with outstanding image quality to enable assessment with a wider field of view. As OCTA is derived from OCT data, you'll see widefield structural OCT images, such as B-scans and thickness maps, right alongside the OCTA images, all from a single imaging system.

Artifact Removal

3D Projection Artifact Removal (PAR) reduces projection artifact in all posterior layers by performing vessel-by-vessel analysis to remove artifactual vessels while keeping authentic vasculature, which is essential for accuate image interpretation and quantification.








 

Introducing AngioVueHD

AngioVueHD produces high-density scans with 73% more sampling points* to give you a 6x6 mm scan with outstanding resolution. Now you can confidently evaluate fine vessels extending beyond the central 3x3 mm region of the macula. Automatic montage (shown at right) expands the field of view even further by instantly combining macula and optic disc images for a 10x6 mm widefield view.

*73% more sampling points than current AngioVue 6mm x 6mm scan

SSADA: Split-Spectrum Amplitude Decorrelation Angiography

SSADA is a proprietary algorithm that shortens the scan time needed to acquire the sequential B-scans required for OCT imaging, while producing unparalleled OCTA image quality by optimizing the signal to noise ratio (SNR).

This unique technology elevates image quality by optimizing signal-to-noise ratio while minimizing scan acquisition time.

En Face Visualization

En face technology separates the retina into distinct structural layers for assessment of microvascular changes.

En face colourization uses a standard colour scheme for rapid identification of the different retinal layers. The en face layer indicator icon provides a reference to the retinal layers displayed.
 

DualTrac™ Motion Correction Technology

DualTrac provides enhanced flow visualization and ultra-precise motion correction by combining real-time tracking, which corrects for patient motion and blinks, and post processing Motion Correction Technology (MCT) to further reduce residual motion and enhance image quality.

 

AngioMontage™

See a wider field of view with AngioMontage™, which allows for automatic stitching of two 6x6 mm images centered on the macula and optic disc for a widefield view of retinal vasculature.


 

AngioAnalytics™

The world’s only OCT angiography-based quantification of ocular blood flow, tracks disease by providing objective measures of areas of flow, non-flow and flow density.


 

Improve Workflow Efficiency with Dyeless Imaging

OCTA image acquisition requires less time than a dye-based procedure and does not require preplanning. As with OCT B-scans, and unlike FA, it can be accomplished by a trained technician to improve the workflow of your busy practice.

The improved density of AngioVueHD provides the high resolution resembling that of 3x3 millimeter scans—the size we previously used to obtain the highest image quality—yet in a larger, 6x6 millimeter format. As a result, we have much greater image resolution for the 6x6 millimeter field-of-view, allowing for better assessment of pathologies characterized by large or oblique lesions. Extending the AngioVueHD to include an automatic montage in an even wider 10x6 millimeter format will assist me in understanding lesions as they arise outside the macula.

Nadia Waheed, M.D., MPH, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology & Cofounder

Tufts Medical School

Optovue AngioVue and Avanti Brochure

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Optovue AngioVue Specifications

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Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography with the AngioVue Imaging System

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A comparison of the diagnostic ability of vessel density and structural measurements of optical coherence tomography in primary open angle glaucoma

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Quantitative Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography of Choroidal Neovascularization in Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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Quantitative Analysis of Three Distinct Retinal Capillary Plexuses in Healthy Eyes Using Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography

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A review of optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA

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