Case & Clinical Data
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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 healthy 3 year old taken without sedation, pupil dilation or contact with the cornea in a manner that is fast and non-intrusive.
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A female patient reported for a routine eye examination. She had an unremarkable ocular and systemic history, reported no complaints and did not wish to be dilated.
Her optomap image, shown here, revealed a developing central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), along with venous congestion and scattered hemorrhages. The patient was referred to a retinal specialist as well as a primary care physician for follow up.
A 58-year-old female presented for her annual eye exam and was completely asymptomatic. Her optomap image, shown here, shows early signs of macular degeneration with drusen.
A 38-year-old female presented for a routine eye exam because she was running low on contacts, had not been seen in a year and she needed new lenses. She had an ocular history of high myopia but was a successful user of daily wear disposable contact lenses. Her optomap revealed she had a detached retina.
An ophthalmologist stopped by the Optos exhibit booth at AAO 2003 in Anaheim CA for a demonstration of the optomap technology. During his imaging session, he inquired about eyesteering capabilities. He was imaged in upgaze and the optomap Retinal Exam indicated a retinal hole in the superior field of his right eye.
Other case & clinical studies:
Central nervous system lyme disease case study
Disc edema reveals frontal lobe tumor case study
Sickle cell retinopathy case study
Choroidal melanoma and non-rhegmatogenous retinal detachment case study
Malignant choroidal melanoma and retinal detachment case study
Lesions indicate von hippel lindau disease case study
Chorioretinal atrophy case study
Diabetes mellitus case study
Glaucoma/Stargardt's case study
optomap detects lesions missed by four BIO examiners
The Clinical Role of Fundus Autofluorescence – Gerson
How does screening with a retinal camera compare to optomap - 44% more pathology discovered with optomap
Area of the Retina Imaged Comparison
Early, Pre-perimetric and "slit" RNFL defects detected with Optomap P200C and P200 – Boneta, Sherman, Sherman, Nath, Taussig
Comparison of P200 and 200Dx – MacIver, Sherman, Slotnick, Sherman
Enhancement of Retinal Detection with P200C SLO Image-Assisted Ophthalmoscopy - Brown, Sewell, Travison Correlation Between Optos Ultra Widefield Imaging and Traditional Diagnostic Methods in Glaucoma – Patel, Nath, Boneta, He, Sherman Bilateral Coats Response in a Female Patient Leads to Diagnosis of Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy – Bass, Ng, Sherman
Comparison of panoramic imaging (Optos P200C) with traditional dilated retinal evaluation
Correlation between Optos ultra-widefield imaging and traditional diagnostic methods in glaucoma
Comparison the Optos P200C and Topcon TRC-NW6S in the screening of diabetic retinopathy
Comparison of traditional techniques versus targed ophthalmoscope using Optos technology
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