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These interesting patient case studies and clinical data illustrate the tremendous capabilities of our unique ultra-widefield retinal imaging technology platforms.
The image to the left is an optomap image of a 71 year old woman who was presented with a retinal detachment and still maintains good vision (20/25). As the macula seemed to be not detached, I chose to do buckling surgery associated with a gas injection and subretinal liquid drainage.
Case courtesy of Carl Arndt - CHU de Reims, Reims, France
Patient was imaged on the P200C as is routine within the clinic, the presence of superior and inferior nerve fiber layer defect were visualized.
Gdx, visual fields confirmed the presence of a nerve fiber layer thinning while the optic disc had no apparent cupping.
Case courtesy of Sanjeev Nath, MD - Eye Institute and Laser Center, New York, NY
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Other case & clinical studies:
Pigmentary Retinopathy case study
Multifocal Central Serous Retinopathy case study
Non-Neovascular AMD with Geographic Atrophy case study
DR case study
Glaucoma/Stargardt's case study
Sickle cell case study
AMD case study
BRVO case study
NPDR case study
PDR case study
Preeclampsia-Eclampsia Hypertensive Retinopathy case study
Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment cast study
The Clinical Utility of Ultra-Wide-Field Imaging – Witmer, Kiss
Nonmydriatic Ultrawide Field Retinal Imaging Compared with Dilated Standard 7-Field 35-mm Photography and Retinal Specialist Examination for Evaluation of Diabetic Retinopathy – Silva, Cavellerano, Sun, Noble, Aiello, Aiello
WFAF: A New Tool To Study Retinal Disease – Raiji, Sadda
Advances in retinal imaging of eyes with hazy media: Further Studies – Chen, Friberg, Eller, Medina
Peripheral Autofluorescence Changes in Patients with Geographic Atrophy secondary to Dry Age-related Macular Degeneration – Wolf-Schnurrbusch, Korobelnik, Neiderhaeuser, Wolf
Peripheral Retinal Drusen as Potential Surrogate Marker for Alzheimers Dementia – Ritche, Befroei, Csutak, Ndhlovu, Wilson, Holborow, Gowd, Cheeseman, Corridan, Bird, Lengyel
Screening for retinal detachment using wide-field retinal imaging – Bonnay, Nguyen, Meuiner, Ducasse, Hamel, Arndt
Ultra-Wide–Field Green-Light (532-nm) Autofluorescence Imaging in Chronic Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Disease – Heussen, Vasconcelos-Santos, Pappuru, Walsh, Rao, Sadda
Agreement between image grading of conventional (45) and ultra wide angle (200) digital images in the macula in the Reykjavik eye study. Csutak A, Lengyel I, Jonasson F, Leung I, Geirsdottir A, Xing W, Peto T
Choroidal pigmented lesions imaged by ultra-wide-field scanning laser ophthalmoscopy with two laser wavelengths (Optomap). Kernt, M., Schaller, U., Stump
Diabetic Retinopathy : Comparison of the diagnostic features of ultra-widefield scanning laser ophthalmoscopy Optomap with ETDRS 7-field fundus photography. Kernt M, Pinter F, Hadi I, Hirneiss C, Haritoglou C, Kampik A, Ulbig MW, Neubauer AS
Ultra-wide-field imaging for cytomegalovirus retinitis. Mudvari SS, Virasch VV, Singa RM, MacCumber MW
Peripheral retinal changes in the Reykjavik Eye Study. T Peto, A Csutak, F Jonasson, A Geirsdottir, W Xing, I Lengyel
Quantitative Analysis of Peripheral Perfusion and/or Ischemia in Patients with Wet Age Related Macular Degeneration Using Ultra-Wide Field Angiography. Bennett, K, Waite, G, Ng, A
Agreement between optomap and conventional digital imaging in the macula in the Reykjavik Eye Study. Csutak, Cairns, Lengyel, Jonasson, Geirsdottir, Xing & Peto
Comparison the Optos P200C and Topcon TRC-NW6S in the screening of diabetic retinopathy Pournaras J-A C, Erginay A, Gaudric A, Massin P
Comparison of the Optos P200C and Topcon TRC-NW6S in the screening of diabetic retinopathy. Erginay, Pournaras, Gaudric, Massin
Screening for diabetic retinopathy: A comparative trial of biomicroscopy, photography and scanning laser ophthalmoscopy Wilson, Ellis, Ellingford, Talbot, MacEwen, Leese
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