Phoenix MICRON™ CNV for Lab Animals
Precision delivery of laser energy to the mouse and rat retina
Phoenix MICRON Image-Guided Laser System produces precise, easy to deliver laser photocoagulation to generate choroidal neovascularization (CNV).
A user-friendly design enables technical staff to precisely and reliably control the location, size, and intensity of the laser photocoagulation required for CNV. Reliable creation of CNV has been validated in multiple studies.
- Assures laser is focused on location, away from key vasculature
- Immediate or delayed assessment through image-guided OCT
- High resolution fluorescence
“Before using the Micron, our success rate at producing laser-induced choroidal neovascular lesions was ~40-50%; however, thanks to a successful implementation with the Micron, we now achieve a regular success rate of 99%.”
– Rafal Farjo, Ph.D.
Chief Operating Officer
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Compact, precise laser delivery
Use the bright field image as a guide to place the aiming beam on target areas. Easily capture photographs or videos for publications or presentations to strengthen research documentation. Integration with the Phoenix Micron IV Retinal Imaging Microscope enables the recording of pre/post laser treatment spots as well as documentation of longitudinal studies.
The Phoenix MICRON CNV System consists of:
- Phoenix MICRON IV imaging system plus
- Phoenix MICRON OCT 2
- Laser Injector
- OCT Segmentation (InSight)