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OCT and fluorescein angiography analysis showed patients receiving FovistaTM 1.
Radiography, thermography, and fluorescein angiography confirmed right wing injury and vascular compromise.
With the combined AXIS EMA Ophthalmology solution, ophthalmologists can now both review diagnostic images such as OCT, fluorescein angiography, color fundus, and others, and interpret the results of the exam directly on an iPad.
Facilities like laser photo coagulation, Fundus Photography and Fundus Fluorescein angiography are also available here, he said.
Our findings suggest that previous reports of the association or progression of non-neovascular AMD to advanced AMD after cataract surgery could be biased with the absence of immediate pre-operative and postoperative fluorescein angiography to rule out pre-existing neovascular AMD or geographic atrophy," wrote the authors.
New figures have been added, for a total of 600 figures, including color photos and images from CT/MRI scans, fluorescein angiography, spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT), fundus auto fluorescence, HRT, and visual field tests.
Crock was a world leader in retinal imaging and a pioneer of fluorescein angiography, a technique for examining the circulation of the retina using a dye-tracing method.
Upon clinical diagnosis, patients underwent further testing of visual fields (Humphrey automated visual field analyzer [HVF], Amsler charting, and fundal fluorescein angiography [FA]), and measurement of central macular thickness with optical coherence tomography (OCT3, Zeiss, Gottingen, Germany).