SPECTRALIS® Widefield Imaging: Non-Contact Ultra-Widefield

Imaging the periphery is important in the diagnosis, management, and documentation of retinal disease. This course will introduce the many widefield imaging options available on SPECTRALIS, from the new, non-contact ultra-widefield angiography module to panning and montaging. The course will include both angiography, and noninvasive infrared imaging.

Ultra-Widefield Fluorescein Angiography in the Management of Diabetic Retinopathy

Dr. Sisk explains the impact of Ultra-widefield fluorescein angiographies on the treatment of patients with Diabetic Retinopathy.

How to use the SPECTRALIS® Ultra-Wide Field Lens

This presentation will provide basic instructions on how to mount, use, and maintain the SPECTRALIS® Ultra-Wide Field lens. Angiography options will be discussed, as well as some tips and tricks to get the most out of this module.

Revolutionizing Ultra-Widefield Angiography

See what you’ve been missing with the new SPECTRALIS ultra-widefield angiography lens. Non-contact images are obtained easily in the far periphery in a single image reducing the photographers need to take seven sub-field diabetic images.

SPECTRALIS Ultra-Widefield Angiography Module – Quick Start Guide

In this PDF Tutorial you will learn how to exchange the lens, tips for good image quality, about the macula and periphery imaging protocol and about the UWF only imaging protocol.