Imaging a choroidal nevusA mid-50s female was sent for imaging of a choroidal nevus that had been followed clinically for several years without observation of changes. There was no suspicion of growth or significant elevation. The purpose of the imaging studies was to establish digital baseline characteristics and to add additional documentation.
Glaucoma diagnostics research focuses on novel, existing toolsGlaucoma experts analyze the hardware and software developments that came out of 2013, while noting several changes that still need to be addressed for the best utilization of the technology.
Small-gauge surgery maximizes retina outcomesIntegration of devices and instrumentation yields greater surgical efficiency
Vitreoretinal traction leads to a macular holeA 51 year-old female presented with recent-onset “distorted” vision in the right eye. The duration was described as 3 days and specifically, she used the terms “fragmented” and “pulsing” to describe her symptoms.
Optovue launches new widefield OCTOptovue recently launched Avanit Widefield Enface OCT, an all-in-one solution for posterior and anterior high-speed, high-resolution OCT imaging, offering 70,000 A-scans per scond, Widefield 3D motion correction, and 3 micron digital resolution.
How to detect artifactual clues in OCT imagesAchieve more accurate findings by eliminating the effects of artifacts
Interpreting OCTKatherine M. Mastrota, OD, shares pearls from “Reading Between the Lines: CT Interpretation” lecture at the 90th annual SECO International meeting.