Reduced retinal sensitivity in localized macular areas can be correlated with the appearance of early stage AMD.
Peri-foveal PRL and partially preserved macular sensitivity may indicate positive prognosis following treatment.
Interpolated sensitivity maps showing localized functional defects. Scotoma is represented in black.
Multiple PRLs may be relocated into a single region using the Maia PRL Training.
The PRL has shifted over a low sensitivity area causing unstable fixation and visual discomfort.
Traction lines, clearly visible on the SLO image and localized functional losses explain reported visual discomfort.
The PRL has shifted in the superior hemi-field, with unstable fixation. This information is critical for eccentric viewing rehabilitation.
Advanced stages of glaucoma may threaten central fixation. Maia can be used to assess the rate of disease progression.
Great Ergonomic Advantages Maia offers great ergonomic advantages in terms of easy interaction between the operator, the patient and the device.
Thanks to its Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope (SLO) MAIA operates with a minimum pupil diameter of 2,5 mm, thus not requiring the use of dilating drops.