Revealing the back of the eye with OCT

What is optical coherence tomography (OCT)? It is an imaging technology that lets your eye doctor see the back of your eye – without dilation – to discover vision-stealing diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease.

In a series of videos highlighting patients, doctors and scientists, learn how OCT moved from the lab to quietly revolutionizing eye care around the world. Then, see our other resources below.

OCT videos

IOVS OCT special issue

More than 70 articles on cutting edge OCT research by leaders in the field.

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The public-friendly video series "Revealing the back of the eye with OCT" describes how OCT is impacting patients, policymakers, and the public.

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OCT advocacy toolkit

Facts and figures describing the health and economic benefits of OCT research, aimed at policymakers.

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