Multi-modal retinal imaging 2.0: a step-by-step guide to reviewing and interpreting pathology and diseases
When taking on new clinical diagnostic equipment it can be quite bewildering to view the eye in different ways. Often the new imaging techniques show structures in ways that look so different as to cause confusion. This lecture will discuss how to analyse different types of ultra-widefield and OCT images and show how to arrive at reasoned clinical decisions through sensible step along analysis. This will allow for competent clinical decision making and therefore ways to inform and discuss with patients and clinical colleagues the findings from the images.
To have a greater understanding of how to analyse retinal images enabling coherent reasoned diagnostic decisions to be made
To be able to explain the relevance of the various depth channels (red green) and autofluorescent channel in aiding image interpretation and diagnosis
To be able to describe and explain as well as have the ability to discuss outcomes of image analysis with the patient and relevant other professionals where necessary.