New Imaging Device Combines OCT, UWF Imaging

Called the Mirante, the multimodal camera can also capture fundus autofluorescence and use several angiography modes.

Reveal Hidden Retinal Disease Using FAF Imaging

This marker of metabolic activity lights up what’s beneath the surface.

OCT Artifacts Present in Half of Patients with Both High Myopia and Glaucoma

Predictive factors included a longer axial length, a higher pattern standard deviation and thinner RNFL.

Feasibility Study Supports Proposed Development of Optometric OCT Database

Though the technology has proved an invaluable tool in screening glaucoma and other diseases, the limitations of existing reference datasets of so-called “normals” should now be addressed, group argues.

Several GA Biomarkers Show Inter-reader Agreement

Qualitative and quantitative features of progression were reliably identified.

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