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Multimodal Imaging Offers an Added Perspective on Progression of AMD: WI Reading Center

A research team from the Wisconsin Reading Center, Madison, conducted a multimodal comparison of OCT-based biomarkers and developed a translational map to gain an understanding of how advanced imaging biomarkers, specifically nGA, cRORA, and iRORA, are manifested in typical diagnostic imaging.

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Revolutionary Glaucoma Imaging: Heidelberg Engineering’s Glaucoma Module Premium Edition

In this episode of "The 4 Eyed Professor", Dr. Swarup Swaminathan and Dr. Jim Williamson explore the current landscape of glaucoma identification and management, then dive into a conversation on the,  particular advantages of SPECTRALIS Glaucoma Module Premium Edition (GMPE) in facilitating early detection of glaucoma, and how doctors can tap into this powerful technology to create tailored, proactive therapy plans for each patient.

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Heidelberg Engineering’s Steve Thomson discusses ANTERION with EyeWireTV

Steve Thomson, Heidelberg’s Clinical Director of Anterior Segment, describes what sets ANTERION apart in the cataract and refractive arena.

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Podcast, Part 2: What is Geographic Atrophy? Making the Invisible, Visible

Host Chris Lievens, OD chats with retinal experts, Jessica Haynes, OD and Steven Ferrucci, OD about the importance of high-quality imaging.

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Podcast, Part 1: What is Geographic Atrophy? Making the Invisible, Visible

Host Chris Lievens, OD sits down with retinal experts, Jessica Haynes, OD and Steven Ferrucci, OD to discuss geographic atrophy. They cover its prevalence and development, the role of high-quality imaging (SPECTRALIS, Heidelberg), and the importance of the doctor-patient relationship.

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Recognizing Common OCT Artifacts for Successful Clinical Management of Glaucoma

Dr. Osamah Saeedi explains why clinicians should be well-versed in potential sources of error on OCT scans in order to make the right decisions for glaucoma patient care.

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ASRS Live: Aaron Lee, MD, shares updates on deep learning research

Dr. Aaron Lee discusses his focus on using AI and big data to uncover associations in eye diseases.

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Assessing damage to ganglion cells through progression models, patterns, and section evaluation

Donald C. Hood, PhD discusses three presentations at ARVO 2023 about glaucoma focusing on the evaluation of the thick doughnut-shaped circle of ganglion cells around the fovea

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Essentials for safe and trustworthy AI model design in ophthalmology

Dr. Brian M. Fernandez spoke about the design of AI models for ophthalmology at DOS Digital Day at ASCRS 2023, emphasizing the need for models to be safe, explainable, and interactive.

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Use of OCT in the quantification of fluid in AMD

This article highlights OCT as an aid in identifying and quantifying abnormal retinal fluids, as well as anatomic changes within the retina.

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