Imaging at the cellular level
When using the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera, you examine the retina at a scale where individual cells are visible. Its ultrahigh-resolution images reveal parafoveal cone photoreceptors as well as other microscopic retinal structures that cannot be seen with conventional techniques.
The rtx1 enables to visualize the microscopic walls of retinal arterioles non-invasively. Focal narrowing, perivascular sheathing, micro-hemorrhages and micro-aneurisms are also visible without using contrast agents.
Enable new advances in biomarkers
The rtx1 empowers clinical researchers to investigate an array of candidate biomarkers for assessing retinal anatomy and pathologies. Semi-automated software for analyzing the distribution of cell-like structures and the wall morphology of blood vessels is available, for research use only.