Article | July 26, 2022

Common Mistakes In Measuring Medical Optics And How To Avoid Them

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Optics and medical devices have a long history and partnership. Since the invention of the microscope in the late 1500s to mid-1600s, the interest and desire to “see” into the human body to diagnose illness and subsequently repair it has only intensified.

Optics in modern medical devices fall into two categories: those used for diagnosis of illness, and those which are therapeutic or used in a variety of treatments. Devices within these categories include endoscopy, optical coherence tomography (non-invasive imaging test), surgical guidance cameras, intraoral cameras, ophthalmological imaging, 3D dental scanners, short-pulse laser surgical systems, and much, much more.

What Differentiates Optics Used in Medical Devices from Other Industries?

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