Session Information

Sponsored Seminar

[ILS-FR-33] Lunch Seminar 33: Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging a New Standard of Care: Clinical Applications & Case Studies
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Day
Apr 04 (Fri)
Time
12:15 - 13:15
Room
Room 24 - Imperial Hotel 3F Miyabi
Sponsor
Optos
Topic
Retina, Vitreous body
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Sebastian Wolf
Description
Optos is continuing to expand the clinical applications of optomap Ultra-widefield Imaging. Studies demonstrate that significant clinical changes in diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, retinal vein occlusion, degenerative and inflammatory disease occur in the peripheral retina. Thus, the ability to image and monitor the entire retina with Ultra-widefield Imaging is crucially important. Additionally, targeted photocoagulation guided by Ultra-widefield imaging may work together with pharmacological intervention to aid improved outcomes in Diabetic Macular Oedema. This symposium will educate delegates on the role of Optos technology to enable a new standard of care to be delivered that will lead to more effective detection and treatment of the retinal disease.

ILS-FR-33 / 

Retina, Vitreous body

Peripheral Autofluorescence and Clinical Findings in Retinal Degeneration

Srinivas Sadda

Peripheral Autofluorescence and Clinical Findings in Retinal Degeneration

ILS-FR-33 / 

Retina, Vitreous body

The Role of Ultra Wide Field Imaging in Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Edema

Seenu Hariprasad

The Role of Ultra Wide Field Imaging in Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Edema

ILS-FR-33 / 

Retina, Vitreous body

Ultra-Widefield Imaging in the Management of Uveitis & Vasculitus

Quan Nguyen

Ultra-Widefield Imaging in the Management of Uveitis & Vasculitus

ILS-FR-33 / 

Retina, Vitreous body

Ultra-Widefield Angiography: Improving the Detection And Classification Of Retinal Vein Occlusion

Szilard Kiss

Ultra-Widefield Angiography: Improving the Detection And Classification Of Retinal Vein Occlusion

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