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Advanced application & Interpretation of OCT and OCT Angiography in clinical practice

Canon Medical Systems Europe Stand: M224

OCT Angiography technology for Choroidal Neovascularization
OCT Angiography has changed the way we inspect and define Choroidal Neo vascular process. The high-resolution images and the ability to dissect through the different layers of the retina has given us a better understanding of the disease and its response to treatment. Image manipulation software has improved definition, allowing for a better look at the fine detail. While the CANON OCT-A1 allows for automated production of well-defined images for fast patient throughput, manual manipulation provides a great deal of detail that otherwise would not be visible.

Learning objectives of the presentation
To highlight the advanced features of Canon OCT-A1 image manipulation software providing greater detail & understanding in the Choroidal Neovascular process and its response to treatment.

Key uses of the wide field OCT-A: Vascular disease
In this presentation I present the practical applications of canon wide field OCT-A imaging in retinal vascular disease such as vein occlusions, diabetes and other less common conditions. With particular reference to limiting invasive investigations and need for rapid, accessible imaging I will describe why such wide field OCT-A imaging is not only interesting but an important tool to have for efficient, accurate and effective patient care.

Learning objectives of the presentation
To understand the principles of wide field OCT-A and what information can be garnered from these images.
To understand in which clinical scenarios might wide field OCT-A imaging help.
To understand what signs are important indicators for disease diagnosis or progression.

Key uses of the wide field OCT-A: Uveitis
The practical application of wide field OCT-A imaging in patients with uveitis. I describe complex retinitis and vasculitis cases secondary to uveitis where efficient, non-invasive widefield OCT-A imaging has been fundamental to guiding our diagnosis and management.

Learning objectives of the presentation
To understand the principles of wide field OCT-A and what information can be garnered from these images.
To understand in which clinical scenarios might wide field OCT-A imaging help.
To understand what signs are important indicators for disease diagnosis or progression.

The beauty of Wide Field imaging in myopic traction maculopathy

Myopic traction Maculopathy (MTM) is one of the major complications of eyes with high myopia. The aim of the present talk will be to display examples of different stages of MTM pictured by wide field OCT. MTM can involve not only the posterior pole but also the peripheral side of the eye.

Learning objectives of the presentation
I will present new information on Myopic Traction Maculopathy (MTM). MTM is a disease that involves the macula but has consequences also on the peripheral area around the macula.
I will also present the new OCT-based MTM staging system (MSS). The MSS offers:

  • nomenclature of MTM
  • type of evolution and natural history info of MTM
  • prognosis of MTM
  • guidelines for treatment of MTM
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