FDA Seeks ‘Phantom’ Retina With An Eye Toward OCT Device Bench Testing
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
After receiving a grant last year, CDRH researchers are working toward a consensus phantom eye model to allow for standardized bench testing for optical coherence tomography device submissions.
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