Customized Configuration to Best Meet Your Needs

With customized configuration of A-Scan and B-Scan modes, Eye Cubed™ covers all of your diagnostic ultrasound needs for both the posterior and anterior segments. Pre-op or post-op, A-Scan or B-Scan, retina or anterior segment: whatever your focus, Eye Cubed™ shows you more, in more detail, than any other device of its kind.

High Resolution Goes Ultra

Eye Cubed’s 40 MHz UBM mode allows you to view anterior structures such as the cornea, iris, ciliary body, crystalline and intraocular lens more clearly than ever before. Whether determining the sulcus-to-sulcus measurement for accurate ICL sizing or the angle for potential angle closure and possible YAG laser iridotomy, Eye Cubed’s 40M Hz UBM mode is the gold-standard in high-resolution ultrasound.

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Images courtesy of Michele Figus, MD PhD, Chiara Posarelli, MD, and Marco Nardi, MD, University of Pisa, Italy.

Essential Technology for Your Practice

Even in an era of high-tech OCT scanning and digital imaging, ultrasound is the only means to obtain a crucial view of the posterior segment when there is a dense cataract or vitreous hemorrhage in the eye – making it one of the most fundamental diagnostic tools in ophthalmology. Detection of disorders like posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) in opaque ocular media is easily achieved with B-Scan ultrasound.

Innovative Imaging

Since acquiring Sacramento-based ophthalmic ultrasound pioneers Innovative Imaging Inc. in 2006, Ellex has been working hard to provide ever-increasing value to our Eye Cubed customers – and to develop our ultrasound technology platform. With the support of personalized, clinical ultrasound applications training by expert ecographers, Eye Cubed™ offers a total solution for your practice – and for your patients.

Ophthalmic Edge

Visit the comprehensive online diagnostic teaching tool created by Yale Fisher, MD, to access lectures, monographs and cases studies covering a range of diagnostic technologies, including ultrasound and OCT.