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Interview with Krysten Williams at EURETINA Virtual 2020

Krysten Williams, Head of Global Marketing and Education, was interviewed by Michele Dalton from Ophthalmology Times Europe during EURETINA Virtual 2020.

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Glaucoma: When Visual Fields and OCT Disagree

In a recent article in Review of Ophthalmology published by the American Glaucoma Society, 2021 president-elect Christopher Girkin, MD and other authors highlight the importance of appropriately assessing disagreements between OCT and visual field data related to glaucoma.

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Researchers Study MA Incidence & Progression in nAMD Eyes

Published by Ophthalmology Retina Journal, this article overviews macular atrophy incidence and progression in neovascular AMD patients treated from MANEX Study.

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Editorial Confronts Concerns About the Interpretation of OCT and Fundus Findings in COVID-19 Patients

A response to the discussion published in Lancet of OCT images interpreted to show retinal manifestations as a result of COVID-19.

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Enhancements to the SPECTRALIS Scan Planning Tool

We are pleased to announce that the new SPECTRALIS software version 6.16.2 is now available on the Business Lounge. This software provides a new feature to users of the OCT Angiography Module, as well as minor performance improvements.

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COFFHE with Ethan Priel – "LIVE Eye Clinic Diagnostics"

We cordially invite you to join us for our next free Heidelberg Engineering Virtual Academy Online Course on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT.

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Pediatric Imaging Methods With SPECTRALIS

A recently released report by the American Academy of Ophthalmology reviews the accuracy of ophthalmic imaging methods to differentiate between papilledema and pseudopapilledema in children.

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Space Associated Neuro-Ocular Syndrome (SANS) and the ISS

Alex A. Huang, MD, PhD with the UCLA Stein Eye Institute / Doheny Eye Institute shared the latest research on efforts to treat SANS during the Heidelberg Engineering webinar “Deep Learning of Ocular Changes in Space: Lessons from the ISS and Ground-Based Studies”. 

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The Latest on Spaceflight-Associated Neuro-ocular Syndrome (SANS)

Alex A. Huang, MD, PhD with the Doheny Eye Institute gave an update on research efforts to treat SANS at this year’s American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in San Francisco.

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Evaluating OCT Angiography for Daily Clinical Practice

Heidelberg Engineering’s SPECTRALIS® OCTA Module provides clinicians with high-resolution OCTA images with distinct image contrast. This Module is based on a truly multimodal imaging platform with confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy and addresses inherent challenges with the technology.

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