ApolloVue® OCT
Image System S100

The Cellular Resolution in vivo OCT System
Your Best Partner for Skin Diagnosis

AMO’s ApolloVue® OCT Image System S100  provides real-time, cellular resolution cross-sectional and en face images, allowing doctors to examine cellular features non-invasively.

With OCT images that are highly comparable with histological images, ApolloVue® OCT Image System S100 can assist physicians in initial diagnoses of skin diseases and to improve diagnostic efficiency. Our system targets to allow clinicians to reduce the numbers and frequency of skin biopsies.

Skin Histology
Skin Optical Image
360 Degree View
Resolution of OCT
1.35 μm
1 μm
OCT Field of view
B-scan (Cross-sectional imaging)
500 μm (width) *400 μm (depth)
E-scan (En-face imaging)
500 μm*500 μm
Scanning speed
B-scan (Cross-sectional imaging)
0.43 fps
E-scan (En-face imaging)
7 fps
Fast B-scan Interval
<0.8 s
Spectral Range
650-850 nm
Light Output Power
<15 mW
Guiding Image
Embedded video dermatoscope, circular color image, 2mm in diameter
Image Registration
Automatically record scan positions on a 6mm*8mm dermatoscope image
108 Kg
800*800*1600 (mm)

Integration of OCT and Image Guiding System

During clinical diagnosis, physicians need to obtain as much information as possible. Therefore, combining the Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) system with the image guiding function can enhance its clinical usability and is vital to improving examination efficiency. 

AMO’s image guiding system allows users to switch between skin image guiding and OCT scanning modes according to different needs. To start off, the user finds the area to be scanned using the image guiding mode. During the scan, the user will switch to the OCT scanning mode, then switch back to the image guidance mode once the scan is complete.

Image Registration and Precise Positioning

AMO’s image guiding system features image registration and precise positioning functions, allowing the guiding images to be compared to OCT images. Through image registration, users can understand where the OCT relative position is on the actual skin. Precise positioning can record the exact position for future tracking, which can then be used to compare images for different measurements.

High-speed Dual-mode Scanning Switch 

Based on a patient’s various pathologies, detailed images need to be taken in multiple directions in order to provide the physician with sufficient information for interpretation and clinical diagnosis.

Differing from en face scanning mode of traditional FFOCT, AMO’s OCT system has the added function of fast cross-sectional scanning. The user can easily switch between the cross-sectional scan (B-scan) and the en face scan (E-scan) in just 1 second. This avoids the potentially disastrous issue of overlooking a lesion and makes the process of diagnosis much more efficient.

Three-dimensional Image Stack

AMO’s OCT provides a three-dimensional isotropic resolution up to one micrometer which is essential for a three-dimensional image. ApolloVue® S100 could acquire the E-scans continuously and reconstruct the three-dimensional images which allows users to explore the image in any section.

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