Case & Clinical Data
These patient case studies and clinical data illustrate the capabilities of our unique ultra-widefield retinal imaging technology platforms.
84 year old female, with a history of cardiac symptoms and greater than 10 years hypertension.
Widefield images show extent of capillary dropout in the BRVO bed, macular edema is also present in the late phase images, this wide view allows for more accurate treatment and follow-up.
Case courtesy of Roger Novack, MD - Retina Vitreous Associates LA
74 year old female with Cystoid Macular Edema OS.
Resmax image gives a detailed view of the macular pathology.
Case courtesy of Peter Wilson, MD - Ninewells Hospital Dundee, Scotland
Patient presented with a decrease in visual acuity OD, with a prior scleral buckle.
Images show a clear view of the retina and any vascular changes despite the presence of a scleral buckle, a diagnosis of macular edema was determined.
Case courtesy of Steven Schwartz, MD – Jules Stein Eye Institute
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Other case & clinical studies:
Diabetic retinopathy case study
BRAO case study
AMD case study
Angiomatous Proliferation in ROP
FEVR case study - optomap FA
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
Ultra–Widefield Angiography Improves the Detection and Classification of Diabetic Retinopathy - Wessel, Aaker, Parltilisis. D’Amico, Kiss
The Clinical Utility of Ultra-Wide-Field Imaging – Witmer, Kiss
Peripheral retinal ischaemia, as evaluated by ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography, is associated with diabetic macular oedema – Wessel, Nair, Aacker, Ehrlich, D’Amico, Kiss
Emerging Role of Ultra-Widefield Imaging for the Management of Retinal Diseases – Hariprasad, MacCumber, Kiss, Kitchens
Fundus Autofluoresence Imaging: Principles and Applications An imaging expert describes the concepts and the clinical role of this new modality. SriniVas R. Sadda, MD Issue: January 2011
The Uncharted Realm of the Retinal Periphery: How widefield imaging is launching a brand new field of study. Seenu M. Hariprasad, MD • Ravi D. Patel, MD • John W. Kitchens, MD
Peripheral Vascular Abnormalities in b-Thalassemia Major Detected by Ultra Wide-Field Fundus Imaging Minhee Cho, MD, Grant Aaker, BS, Donald J. D'Amico, MD, Szilard Kiss, MD Retinal Cases & Brief Reports X:1-4, 2011
Ischemic Index and Neovascularization in Central Retinal Vein Occlusion Irena Tsui, MD, Andrew Kaines, MD, Magareta A. Havunjian, Sasha Hubschman, Gad Heilweil, MD, Pradeep S. Prasad, MD, Scott C. N. Oliver, MD, Fei Yu, PhD, Elena Bitrian, MD, Jean-Pierre Hubschman, MD, Thomas Friberg, MD, Steven Schwartz, MD. Retina. 2011 Jan;31(1):105-10
Ultra wide-field angiographic characteristics of branch retinal and hemicentral retinal vein occlusion. Prasad PS, Oliver SC, Coffee RE, Hubschman JP, Schwartz SD. Ophthalmology. 2010 Apr;117(4):780-4. Epub 2010 Jan 4
Ultra-widefield Fluorescein Angiography in the Diagnosis and Management of Diabetic Retinopathy. Ivan Suner, MD Retina Today July/August 2010, p. 56-5
RaScaL: Pilot study comparing ranibizumab + peripheral scatter laser to triamcinolone + macular laser in diabetic macular edema associated with peripheral nonperfusion on ultra-widefield angiography. Gupta, Bryant, Suner
Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography prompted and guided treatment for diabetic retinopathy. Stone, Kitchens, Isernhagen, Sommerville, Wood
Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography prompted and guided treatment for uveitis. Kitchens, Stone, Isernhagen, Sommerville, Wood
Revised classification of retinal vascular disease based on findings of ultra-widefield angiography. Westhouse, Stone, Kitchens, Isernhagen, Wood
The development of an ischemic index for assessing diabetic macular edema with scanning laser ophthalmoscope ultra-widefield angiographic imaging. Coffee, Oliver, Schwartz, Friberg
Utility of ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography in evaluation and management of uveitis. Kaines, Tsui, Sarraf, Schwartz
Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography guided targeted retinal photocoagulation. Reddy, Kaines, Hu, Schwartz
The value of Optos panoramic 200MA imaging for the monitoring of large suspicious choroidal lesions. Jain A, Shah SP, Tsui I, McCannel TA
Optos optomap panoramic 200MA imaging of a serous choroidal detachment responsive to furosemide. Shah SP, Jain A, Tsui I, McCannel TA
Optos panoramic 200MA ultra-widefield imaging of peripheral RPE adenoma. Shah SP, Jain A, Coffee RE, McCannel TA
The use of ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography in evaluation and management of uveitis. Kaines A, Tsui I, Sarraf D, Schwartz S
Ultra-wideangle fluorescein angiographic imaging: a comparison to conventional digital acquisition systems. Friberg TR, Gupta A, Yu J, Huang L, Suner I, Puliafito CA, Schwartz SD
Ultra-widefield angiography-directed peripheral laser + anti-VEGF in diabetic macular edema associated with peripheral nonperfusion (RaScal trial) Suner
Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiography for detection of peripheral retinal pathology. Stone, Kitchens
Ultra-widefield angiographic imaging (Optos P200A) and the development of an ischemic index (ISI). Gallagher, Friberg, Coffee, SD Schwartz
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