See What You Are Missing. Why the Peripheral Retina Matters! An introduction to Ultra-Widefield.
In this lecture Kirit Patel discussed the importance of looking beyond the posterior pole and why optometrists should examine and document the retinal periphery. Early signs of many ocular pathologies and diseases may first present in the periphery and can go undetected using conventional techniques and equipment. Real case studies of patients with retinal pathology were presented including both symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.
The following lectures from this series are also available:
Technology to improve patient outcomes
Ultra-widefield retinal imaging
New Technology - New Pathology
Breaking the Taboo: A conversation about patient-care models
CPD Points: 1
CPDpoints.com credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2024
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How to Interpret OCT Images: Common Case Histories
This course will discuss the key features of common ocular pathologies to help optometrists make an accurate diagnosis using OCT imaging.
OCT: A guide to differentiating lesions
This article takes a closer look at characteristics of the most common lesions and accompanying ocular conditions seen on OCT scans as well as how to differentially diagnose certain key pathologies in day-to-day practice. Case records will focus on macula pathology and how to diagnose and manage these conditions in practice.