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Christos Bergeles explains why it might be time to throw out your surgical microscope.
A thinner retina could predict neurodegeneration in diabetes - and vice versa.
The Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) took place mid-October in Chicago. As one of the most eventful and internationally acclaimed meetings in ophthalmology, its program offered an array of clinically relevant information and product innovations. Highlights from Heidelberg Engineering included the launch of the SPECTRALIS Glaucoma Module Premium Edition in the US and a preview of the OCT Angiography Module*.
A summary of the Topcon-sponsored satellite symposium held at Euretina, Copenhagen, September 2016.
William J. Dupps Jr
A better understanding of corneal biomechanics will transform how we approach refractive surgery.
OCT angiography discriminates between POAG, NTG and normal patients.
Heidelberg Engineering is showcasing the OCT Angiography (OCTA) Module for its SPECTRALIS® diagnostic imaging platform at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting in Chicago. The OCT Angiography Module non-invasively produces detailed three-dimensional representations of the perfused retinal and choroidal vasculatures.
A striking "confetti" cornea courtesy of Nick Di Girolamo, University of New South Wales, Australia.
What impact has ultrawidefield imaging had on clinician's practice and patients?
Molecular biomarker analysis could improve diagnosis and management of keratoconus.
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