• Brochure

    EasyScan is a breakthrough zero-dilation retinal imaging system that is ideal for the diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma. EasyScan employs Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope technology for superior imaging. Benefits of the SLO technology include; earlier diagnosis of retinal conditions, greater contrast than a fundus camera and better penetration of media opacities such […]

  • Clinical atlas

    The EasyScan Clinical Atlas incorporates images comparing traditional fundusphotography versus Easyscan and demonstrating basic and advanced pathologic features of various retinopathies.


  • DRIVE Study

    This study found that zero-dilation cSLO imaging had greater sensitivity for detection of DR lesion characteristics than traditional fundus imaging, with equivalent specificity. Imaging with the zero-dilation cSLO device can be performed relatively quickly and has the potential to improve efficiency and reduce appointment times for many patients, thereby improving patient care. Elimination of mydriasis […]

  • Evaluation of cSLO in Diabetic Retinopathy Screening: Results from the Singapore Indian Eye Study

    James K. H. Goh et al. Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore National Eye Center, National University of Singapore Purpose Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy (cSLO), based on green and infrared laser technology, allows retinal imaging through undilated pupils and media opacities. We conducted a cross-sectional study to evaluate the performance of a cSLO compared with digital […]

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  • “Speed and patient comfort benefits prevail”

    One eye specialist already using the system is Michael Bärtschi, M.Sc.,, FAAO, who has his own practice, Kontaktlinsenstudio Bärtschi, in Bern, Switzerland, and is also a Research Fellow at Basel University’s Department of Ophthalmology. Bärtschi, says he never bought a fundus camera because he could never find one he was entirely satisfied with.   […]

  • “My patients love EasyScan”

    Steven Squillace O.D., heads Somers Vision Clinic, Somers, Connecticut and is on staff at Johnson Memorial Medical Center, Stafford Spring, Connecticut, USA. Dr. Steven Squillace is one of the first doctors in the US to use the system, having come across it at the American Academy of Optometry meeting in Boston, October 2011. “I had […]