An OCT change

OCT has revolutionised the way optometrists practise. OT  talks with Dr Peter Hampson and Dr Padraig Mulholland about its implications


Viewed out of context, the fluorescent green and orange plains of an optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan could be an image of some alien landscape or shipwreck discovered entangled in seaweed after decades in the deep.

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