Paolo Vinciguerra, MD

You’re getting this in a single instrument, not multiple instruments. Without the OPD-Scan III, you have to use a topographer, move the patient to the aberrometer, and then move the patient again to do pupillometry. With the OPD III, you get everything in one shot with perfect registration, so you see exactly what the curve is, and you see the interior-internal-posterior dimension in the same location