Surgical Microscopes

Surgical Microscopes

The surgical microscopes of Leica Microsystems are exactly geared to the requirements of microsurgery. A compact optical unit delivers clear and sharply focused images and the modular system gives the surgeon optimum maneuverability.
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Surgical Microscopes

What does a surgeon expect from a first-rate surgical microscope? – Top-class imaging quality and the greatest possible freedom of movement.

Compact and Precise Systems

The surgical microscopes of Leica Microsystems are exactly geared to the requirements of microsurgery.  A compact optical unit delivers clear and sharply focused images and the modular system gives the surgeon optimum maneuverability.

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What do surgeons expect from a surgical operating microscope?

They expect sharp images, flexibility, ease-of-use, optimum maneuverability, connectivity with other devices in the OR and high-quality video and recording systems.
 

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What key factors should be taken into consideration when choosing a surgical operating microscope?

When choosing a surgical microscope keep in mind the following aspects: quality of the optics of the operating microscope, illumination design featuring low-light-concepts for increased patient safety, ergonomic design with adjustable binoculars, workflow support, connectivity with other devices in the OR, and hygiene aspects.

What advantages are gained from innovations for surgical microscopy?

Recent developments from Leica Microsystems for surgical operating microscopes include:

For Neurosurgery:

  1. Digital Augmented Reality Microscope ARveo – aiding surgical visualization with AR technologies 
  2. Augmented Reality Fluorescence GLOW800 – visualizing blood flow in real-time imposed onto the surgical field
  3. Fluorescence Filter Modules FL400, FL560, and FL800 – enhancing surgical insights and aiding decision making
  4. Exoscopic Surgery with 3D 4K-Heads-Up-Display (HUD) – increasing ergonomics in the OR, opening up new surgical operating approaches, and improving visualization for the entire OR staff
  5. FusionOptics technology for less refocusing during surgery- providing detailed images with enhanced depth-of-field

For Ophthalmology:

  1. Specialized illumination concepts for stable red reflex – increasing confidence during all phases of cataract surgery 
  2. Built-in optical coherence tomography (OCT) in the Proveo 8 – providing greater insight by revealing sub-surface tissue details during eye surgery
  3. Smart light-management concepts, BrightCare Plus - increasing patient safety and viewing comfort for surgeons working under less light intensity

Surgical Microscopes

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Dental Microscope with Integrated 4K Camera M320 D

M320 D

Enjoy better visualization during surgical and non surgical dental procedures, benefit from increased physical comfort, and show your expertise to peers and patients with astounding 4K images.

Surgical Microscope with 4K Camera for Otolaryngology

M320 O

As an otolaryngologist, you take care of a wide variety of patients, very often children. You look at sensitive areas and know how important a stress-free treatment is for your patients.

Surgical Training Microscope M320 T

M320 T

The M320 surgical training microscope can help you keep optimizing your training methods to create an effective learning experience for your students.

Spine Microscope Leica M530 OHX

Leica M530 OHX

Precision surgical microscope for neurosurgery, spine & plastic reconstructive surgery

Surgical Microscope for Microsurgery Leica M530 OHX

Leica M530 OHX ENT

Premium surgical microscope for otolaryngology and neurotology

Leica M530 OHX

Premium surgical microscope for neurosurgery

Image courtesy of Cleopatra Charalampaki, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurosurgery, Department of Neurosurgery, Cologne Medical Center, Germany.

GLOW800

Augmented reality fluorescence

CaptiView

Image injection accessory

ARveo - Digital Augmented Reality

ARveo

Digital augmented reality microscope

OCT Imaging System Envisu C-Class

Envisu C-Class

Optical Coherence Tomography for Ophthalmology

Ophthalmic Microscope Proveo 8

Proveo 8

Surgical microscope with premium optics for ophthalmology

Leica M530 OH6

Sophisticated surgical microscope for complex neurosurgery

Leica M844 F40

Leica M844 F40 / F20

Advanced surgical microscope for ophthalmology

Leica M620 F20

Leica M620 F20

All-round surgical microscope for ophthalmology

Leica M320 F12

Leica M320 F12 for ENT

Efficient clinic and surgery microscope for ENT

The Leica M25 F20 surgical microscope for otolaryngology, and neuro, spine and ENT surgery.

Leica M525 F20

Compact surgical microscope. Combining brilliant optics with precise maneuverability.

Leica DIC800 module to view imaging data directly in the microscope eyepiece

Leica DI C800

Digital Imaging Color Module for Ophthalmology

Leica Keratoscope is used intraoperatively to evaluate astigmatism

Leica Keratoscope

The Cost-Efficient Aid to Determine Astigmatism

Leica ToricEyePiece to aid positioning of premium IOLs

Leica ToricEyePiece

The Perfect Aid for Placement of Premium IOL's

Leica RUV800 Panoramic Viewing System

Leica RUV800

Panoramic Viewing System for Retinal Surgery

Leica M320 F12 for Dental

Leica M320 for dental

Dental microscope designed for a wide range of dental surgery applications.

Leica FL560 - Fluorescence excitation and observation for fluorophores of specific characteristics

Leica FL560

Leica FL560 is designed to enable fluorescence observation of fluorophores with an excitation peak from 460-500 nm (blue) and emission observation of >510 nm.

Leica M720 FL400 fluorescence module 400nm/blue

Leica FL400

Blue Light Fluorescence Module

Leica FL800

For intra-operative fluorescence-aided videoangiography, surgeons can observe blood flow to determine the patency of vessels.

Leica M220 F12

Leica M220 F12

Efficient surgical microscope for ophthalmology

The Leica M620 TTS tabletop surgical microscope for ophthalmology.

Leica M620 TTS

Tabletop surgical microscope for ophthalmology

Digital Augmented Reality Microscope for Complex Neurosurgery ARveo

Augment your reality with a single vision for the future

ARVEO

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Surgical Microscopes

What does a surgeon expect from a first-rate surgical microscope? – Top-class imaging quality and the greatest possible freedom of movement.

Compact and Precise Systems

The surgical microscopes of Leica Microsystems are exactly geared to the requirements of microsurgery.  A compact optical unit delivers clear and sharply focused images and the modular system gives the surgeon optimum maneuverability.

About Surgical Microscopy

What does a surgeon expect from surgical microscopy? Sharp, clear images, flexibility and ease of use, and high-quality video and recording systems. Surgeons in the fields of neurology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology (ENT) and plastic reconstructive surgery rely on operating microscopes to magnify their view of the surgical site and provide information beyond what is visible to the naked eye.

In recent years, surgeons have benefitted from many technological innovations that have enhanced microscope performance, expanded the array of available diagnostic and operative tools, and ultimately improved surgical outcomes and patient wellbeing. Some examples of recent developments in surgical microscopy include: compact horizontal optics, increased reach and overhead clearance for optimum maneuverability, ergonomically-designed microscopes and accessories to improve surgeon posture and comfort, fully integrated HD video and recording in 2D and 3D, intraoperative fluorescence to see blood flow or brain tumors, and stable red reflex.

Frequently Asked Questions Surgical Microscopes

Leica Microsystems offers a wide range of surgical operating microscopes covering microscopic visualization for diagnostic purposes as well as the large field of clinical microsurgical interventions. These include surgery in the anterior and posterior segment in ophthalmology, neurosurgery (spine and cranial), ENT surgery, plastic reconstructive surgery, and dental surgery.

A surgical operating microscope allows a surgeon to view the anatomy of a patient in high magnification, making it possible to clearly see the finest details with very good resolution and contrast. Surgical microscopes also enhance the surgical view with integrated visualization technologies such as Augmented reality Fluorescence in Neurovascular procedures or built-in OCT for complex ophthalmic surgeries. Compatibility with other devices, such as IGS-systems, endoscopes or DICOM further augments the surgical view, helping to stay focused on the patient and ease surgical decision making.

For fine surgical procedures, often visualization solutions play an essential role, allowing the surgeon to perform the surgery under the best conditions. More and more surgeons are using microscopes rather than binocular glasses. The reasons are that microscopes provide much greater magnification making it possible to see the finest details. But they also offer many other benefits: an extended depth of field, high-resolution imaging, freedom of movement, ergonomic posture, integrated visualization technologies and augmented reality for utmost confidence in surgical decision making.

Leica surgical microscopes are shipped in the configuration that best fits your stated surgical needs. In case your needs change later, you can always upgrade your operating microscope by adding available accessories. Our most advanced microscopes like the Proveo 8 and the ARveo as well as M530 OHX have been developed with an open-architecture concept, hence you will always be able to update to new imaging modalities/technologies as they become available.

Ongoing, long-term support is key to Leica Microsystems. Our commitment starts at production and continues through assembly, shipment, delivery, installation, and on into the maintenance programs we offer. Because we believe that in today’s world, simply selling products will not do.

Ophthalmology

Designed with both visualization and workflow in mind, Leica ophthalmic microscopes respond to surgeon needs through each step of an anterior or posterior procedure. Advanced digital imaging technologies, such as intraoperative optical coherence tomography, is seamlessly integrated into the Proveo 8 microscope. Features, such as pre-programming of settings for different surgery phases and wireless footswitch integration, support operating comfort and efficiency.

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Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

OCT imaging can reveal previously unseen details in ophthalmic procedures. It supports treatment decisions pre-operatively and reveals previously unseen details during eye surgery.

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Neurosurgery, Spine and Cranial

Leica neurosurgery microscopes provide the outstanding visualization, digital imaging, and ergonomic benefits you need in order to apply your skills with the highest precision, even during long and complex procedures.

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Otolaryngology (ENT)

From patient examination and diagnosis to the most complex ear, nose, or throat surgeries, Leica Microsystems belongs to the most experienced ENT operating microscope manufacturers. We offer otolaryngologic microscope solutions that meet your needs.

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