Ophthalmic Imaging

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The OHSU Casey Eye Institute's ophthalmic imaging service uses photography and ultrasound images to provide vital information for diagnosing and treating eye conditions and diseases. Ophthalmic imaging also supports the physicians in clinical studies, research, publications and education.

Our expertise

We are staffed with dedicated and skilled professionals who provide a variety of highly specialized services. We offer:

  • Experience with the latest imaging technology, including clinical trials imaging
  • Experts who speak at national meetings and trainings, have written chapters on ultrasound, and have worked on many research papers.


The Ophthalmic Photography service at the OHSU Casey Eye Institute provides diagnostic and documentary imaging of both anterior and posterior segments in children and adults.

Patient care services include:

  • Spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT)
    • Anterior segment OCT
    • Standard and wide-field posterior segment OCT
  • Angiography
    • OCT Angiography
    • Anterior segment fluorescein angiography
    • Fluorescein angiography, including ultra-wide-field angiography
    • Indocyanine green angiography, including ultra-wide-field angiography
  • Color and infrared imaging
  • Autofluorescence
  • Stereo optic disc color photographs
  • External ocular photography, including slit lamp photography and gonioscopic photography
  • Intraoperative retinal photography, angiography, and spectral domain OCT imaging


The Diagnostic Ultrasound service at the OHSU Casey Eye Institute uses standardized echography, an important adjunct to computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). It is essential in diagnosing vitreoretinal disorders, tumors of the eye and orbit, and eye trauma.  These services are provided for infants, children and adults.

Patient care services include:

  • Biometric ruling and IOL calculations
  • Diagnostic A and B scan ultrasonography
  • High frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy for anterior chamber imaging

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