OCT imaging has revolutionized how we view and think about ocular disease, and the traditional 45-degree fundus photograph may soon be a relic of the past.
Many indications of ocular and systemic disease are often found within the far periphery of the retina, and conventional imaging tactics can often fall short in capturing these subtle, yet clinically significant findings. This course will cover the use of ultra-widefield HD 2.0 true color imaging in diagnosing and managing ocular disease.
In this case study, a patient presented complaining of central blurred vision in the right eye for one week. The diagnosis? Central serous chorioretinopathy. See how this OD arrived at the diagnosis, and the treatment options for CSCR.
This clinical case focuses on a diagnosis of macular telangiectasia type 2. Learn what to look for and other pertinent research on this condition!
Sickle cell maculopathy is an oft-overlooked complication in patients with sickle cell. It's crucial to conduct comprehensive examinations when it comes to any patient in order to avoid missing something.
In this article, we highlight the pathogenesis, classification, and treatment of diabetic retinopathy including clinical case examples.
The ZEISS Humphrey Field Analyzer has been synonymous with standard of care when it comes to the treatment and management of glaucoma.
CLARUS 500 by Carl Zeiss Meditec is one of the newest additions to the category of ultra-widfield retinal camera. Here is what you need to know.
Clinicians have been increasingly utilizing OCT for Glaucoma management. Here is everything you need to know on utilizing this great tool.
This article highlights the most common conditions practitioners will encounter in practice and how optical coherence tomography can aid in management.