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Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Clinical applications of hand-held OCT: Bringing the OCT to the patient and not the patient to the OCT

sponsored by Leica Microsystems

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Monday, September 7, 2020
7:00 PM CEST | 6:00 PM London | 9:00 PM Dubai | 12:00 PM CDT


Hand-held OCT solutions have revolutionized standards of care in pediatric ophthalmology.

An expert panel from the world-renowned University of Leicester Ulverscroft Eye Unit (UK) led by Professor Irene Gottlob will discuss:

  • Comparisons between hand-held OCT and table-mounted OCT
  • Clinical applications including detection and assessment of foveal and optic nerve abnormalities and monitoring of disease progression
  • Research applications with a focus on nystagmus, childhood glaucoma, and cerebral malaria

In short, discover how hand-held OCT (namely, Leica EnVisu) in ophthalmology procedures can support you in the diagnosis of physiological and pathologic conditions of the eye.

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