OCT diagnosis
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Central Serous Chorioretinopathy SOCT Copernicus image reveals significant amount of fluid collected under the central area of retina. The sensory part of retina is not fully damaged but elevated by the pool of fluid

Pigment Epithelial Detachment
Small amount of fluid under neurosensory retina is clearly visible on the OCT Copernicus tomographic image.

Tractions can be easily identified on SOCT Copernicus images as highly reflective "wires" pulling retina particles in cases of macular holes or macular detachments.

Macular hole
SOCT Copernicus macular hole image shows abnormal opening in neursensory retina. Intraretinal cystoid changes are also clearly visible on the image.

Macular edema with drusen and traction
Image of macular edema taken using SOCT Copernicus clearly shows intraretinal cystic areas and large drusen.

RPE deformation graph reveals deformations beyond normative data (marked by green).

Age Related Macular Degeneration can be easily diagnosed thanks to sharp images obtained using SOCT Copernicus.

Optical nerve head drusen

BRVO (Brach Retina Vein Occlusion)
SOCT Copernicus image shows damages to retina caused by blocked retinal veins.

Epiretinal membrane with lamellar macula hole