An Introduction to Imaging
Ophthalmic imaging is an important tool for diagnosis and treatment planning. Advancing technologies have had a huge impact in areas such as retinal imaging, with the introduction of OCT-A and widefield fluorescence imaging.
Browse the content below, to see leading experts discuss the latest data in video interviews and short articles from our conference hub. You can also view the selection of peer-reviewed articles from our journals. If you’re looking to learn more about the impact of these developments on patient outcomes, our educational activities are a great resource.
Roberto Gallego-Pinazo, AAO 2018 – Imaging modalities for neovascular AMD
The advent of new imaging modalities has greatly aided the understanding of neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Dr Roberto Gallego-Pinazo claims that much of this progress can be attributed to structural optical coherence tomography (OCT). In this interview, filmed at AAO 2018, Dr Gallego-Pinazo discusses the importance of structural OCT and other types of imaging […]
Ulrike Stolba, EURETINA 2018 – the OCULUS HD Disposable LenZ
Ulrike Stolba discusses reusable lenses and their problems, and also her first impressions of the new OCULUS HD Disposable LenZ and its suitability for a range of different kinds of surgery. Questions: 1. What were your first impressions of the new OCULUS HD Disposable LenZ when you started using it for surgery? (0:10) 2. How […]
Omar Trabelsi, WOC 2018 – iOCT in 2018
We took the opportunity to speak with Omar Trabelsi (Clinique Ophthalmologue De Tunis, Tunis, Tunisia) at WOC 2018 about the latest updates and future perspectives of iOC. OCT has only recently found its way into the operating theatres, as a method of providing real-time feedback through image assisted surgery. Dr Trabelsi discusses the advantages and […]
EURETINA 2017 – Roberto Gallego-Pinazo Interview
Roberto Gallego-Pinazo discusses multi-modal retinal imaging and how he implements it in his day-to-day clinical practice.
OCT – catching macular degeneration before vision loss
Growing old leads to a growing number of health problems, including those that challenge our ability to see. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease that — until recently — robbed the elderly of the ability to read, drive and see the faces of their loved ones. Thanks to the invention of OCT, doctors can […]
Using Optos for Retinal Imaging
Charles Mayron, MD and Vitreo-Retinal Specialist – The Benefits of Using Optos for Retinal Imaging.
autofluorescence in ultra-widefield retinal imaging
Jerome Sherman, OD discusses the importance of FAF in imaging and how to use the technology to identify pathology in the retina.
advancements in UWF retinal imaging
Professor Paulo Stanga of Manchester University (UK) shares his observations of the very latest in ultra-widefield retinal imaging devices
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