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ZEISS Clinical Cockpit:
How to navigate your way through the challenges of multi-modal imaging

Multi-modality in diagnostics and imaging are increasingly becoming the standard of care. The ability to assess and compare the data from different imaging modalities can provide a new level of clinical confidence for proposing a treatment regimen that is customized to each patient's individual needs.

However, the question is… are today's multi-modality imaging practices effective and efficient?

The ZEISS interactive education sessions at 100% Optical will demonstrate how you can use multi-modal imaging technologies for diagnosing and managing patients with glaucoma and retinal diseases, whilst overcoming the challenges associated with acquiring data from separate devices.

  • Session Title: ZEISS Clinical Cockpit: How to navigate your way through the challenges of multi- modal imaging
  • Location: ZEISS stand, M100
  • Speakers: Lyn Millbank (Orthoptists & Head of ZEISS Academy UK) and Darren Hargreaves (Medical Photographer & ZEISS Clinical Applications Specialist)

Using the Integrated Diagnostic Imaging platform from ZEISS, attende es can learn how to combine their diagnostic data into a single clinical cockpit – for efficient decision making ZEISS will be hosting dedicated sessions for Retina and Glaucoma each day.

For Glaucoma, we know that this is a disease of progression. Detecting progression requires identification of micro-changes in both structure and function. However, the relationship between structure and function in glaucoma can be difficult to correlate. The education sessions will demonstrate how attendees can use multi-modal imaging technologies to diagnose and manage their Glaucoma patients more effectively.

For patients with Retinal Pathologies, early detection and management is imperative for successful treatment outcomes. Subtle vascular changes are key to this success and may be captured using a combination of OCT, OCT-A and UWF imaging. Attendees to the Retinal sessions will experience how to use multi-modal imaging technologies more effectively, when diagnosing and managing patients with Retinal Diseases.

Retina Sessions:

  • Saturday 12th January 12:00 – 12:30
  • Sunday 13th January 12:00 – 12:30
  • Monday 14th January 11:30 – 12:00

Glaucoma Sessions:

  • Saturday 12th January 15:00 – 15:30
  • Sunday 13th January 15:00 – 15:30
  • Monday 14th January 12:00 – 12:30

Attendees can register their interest online at