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A round-up of the latest ophthalmic products

Microscope imaging and operation system

Featuring an automatic editing option, the system can store live video and photographic snapshots during surgical procedures. The DICOM module enables patient data to be download from the hospital server.

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High-res lens for diagnostic imaging

The Digital Series lenses provide high resolution for noncontact imaging during BIO and slit lamp use, while increasing general diagnostic capabilities and reducing examination time. These are available as a twolens set or a threelens set. The High Resolution Contact Lens set groups two lenses with differing strengths for high diagnostic power.

For further details please visit http://www.volk.com/

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