Cataract AIOL

Capsule Imaging

Capsule Imaging Mode can be used for biometry for pre-op and post-op lens replacement including:

  • sulcus to sulcus and angle-to-angle distance
  • anterior chamber depth
  • capsule thickness
  • anterior and posterior capsule curvature
  • capsule diameter and volume
  • centration of capsulor hexis
  • assessment of possible pathology.
Image using the ArcScan Insight® 100 of a correctly implanted IOL
Insight 100 image capture showing an implanted IOL lens

The radius on the ArcScan Insight® 100 is set to 18mm, and the scan area is set to image the entire eye using four equally spaced meridians.

Watch how the ArcScan Insight® 100’s single, bi-canthal plane scan (that takes less than one second to capture) creates a complete image of the anterior segment.

Image using the ArcScan Insight® 100 of a tilted IOL
Image using the ArcScan Insight® 100 of a tilted IOL

The two measures for accurate IOL lens size calculation are:

  • Axial length
  • ELP (effective lens position)

With the ArcScan Insight® 100, it is now possible to directly measure the entire capsule of the lens and determine the zonular plane pre-operatively.

Download the Scan Types Brochure

Information includes:

  • Clinical pathologies viewable with the ArcScan Insight® 100 Capsule Scan
  • Measurements available
  • Clinical advantages
  • Examples images and anatomical artifacts
Capsule Scan