Ocular Imaging

Ocular Imaging
Ocular Imaging
Ocular Imaging
Ocular Imaging
Ocular Imaging
Ocular Imaging

Highly trained OSOD ophthalmologists and imaging technicians are available to document the appearance of basic ocular structures such as the external eye, anterior segment and retina throughout the life of the study. State-of-the-art digital cameras, film photography and technical imaging procedures allow color fundus imaging, fluorescein angiography, and autoflourescence.

The individuals taking the images on OSOD studies include the lead photographers for the UW-Madison Fundus Reading Center and the UW-Madison Clinic.  These individuals have trained or certified many of the photographers used in human clinical trials and they photograph human patients on a daily basis.

We have the ability to use either film or digital imaging (color and fluorescein angiography) in our studies at Covance, Inc. and in our university-based studies.  OSOD members are working to standardize digital imaging across camera manufacturers to assure data integrity.

  • All color fundus photographs and  fluorescein angiography  are examined/graded by a retinal specialist
  • All OCT images are evaluated by a retinal specialist
  • Specular microscopy is evaluated by Henry Edelhauser