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Acute exposure to negative pressure did not reverse spaceflight-induced ocular changes

A recent study of OCT changes in spaceflight-associated neuro-ocular syndrome (SANS) highlighted in the September 25th issue of Ocular Surgery News suggests that it may be possible for longer-duration lower body negative pressure (LBNP) application to reverse spaceflight-induced ocular changes.

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Current and Emerging Anterior Segment Applications and Technology

Hear from Jim Williamson, OD, FAAO, Memphis VA Medical Center, as he discusses “Current and Emerging Anterior Segment Applications and Technology” on our recently recorded webinar.

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TRUCKEE Study gives hope to neovascular AMD patients

Speaking at the 2022 American Society of Retina Specialists, Dr. Carl Danzig reported recent TRUCKEE study results demonstrating real-world safety and efficacy.

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Enhanced vitreous imaging using optimized OCT technique

A new software modification for the SPECTRALIS enables noninvasive, in vivo imaging of the vitreous for the first time.

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Benefits of OCT before Cataract Surgery

Dr. Farrell "Toby" Tyson overviews his pre-surgery cataract workup routine and discusses his preference of imaging with SPECTRALIS as part of his patient screening process.

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Overviewing the wealth of information OCT technology provides

Dr. Mohammed Rafieetary overviews his Southeastern Educational Congress of Optometry (SECO) talk entitled “Image-in that! Scanning for retinal disease."

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Diagnosing and Treating Glaucoma webinar with Swarup Swaminathan, MD

Learn how to optimize the use of SPECTRALIS in your glaucoma practice and how to identify masqueraders that often get mistakenly treated as glaucoma.

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Approaches to Reviewing OCTA Images of CNV with Dr. Karl Csaky Online Webinar

During the webinar, Dr. Csaky presented four case presentations showcasing the value of OCTA imaging in clinical practice.

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Optical coherence tomography in multiple sclerosis: A 3-year prospective multicenter study

In this peer-reviewed long term, prospective study of patients with intermittent multiple sclerosis published in the Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology, SPECTRALIS OCT was used to image inner retinal layers with the authors noting, “OCT has potential to estimate rates of neurodegeneration in the retina and brain.”

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Dr. Sergott Discusses Benefits of MultiColor Fundus Imaging at AAO

Neuro-ophthalmologist Dr. Robert (Bob) Sergott discusses with Healio| OSN the clinical value of MultiColor fundus imaging with SPECTRALIS® at the annual American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in New Orleans, LA.

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