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Practical Retinal Oct
Author:  
Bruno Lumbroso MD
 
Marco Rispoli MD
 


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ISBN9789351525325
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2015
Pages108
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
OCT highlights retinal and choroidal alterations in morphology, structure and reflectivity and facilitates the study of the various retinal layers, both separately and globally. The images presented in this manual were recorded mainly with Optovue OCT (RTVue and XR Avanti OCT), and also with Heidelberg Spectralis. These instruments are both reliable and easy to use. There are high resolution optical sections, in sagittal view with the choroid visible to the sclera, with or without image averaging, or in frontal view, "en face", adapted the curvature of the fundus and other 3D images. Illustrated with drawings, outlines, and sagittal and frontal (“en face”) OCT images, this concise manual intends to show how to read and interpret OCTs, documenting and diagnosing the most common retinal pathologies. Simplified outlines are provided to facilitate the classification of morphological alterations.
Key Features
Practical Retinal OCT illustrates a logical and simple analysis and interpretation method of OCT imaging, clearly stating the steps required to reach a diagnosis.

OCT highlights retinal and choroidal alterations in morphology, structure and reflectivity and facilitates the study of the various retinal layers, both separately and globally.

The images presented in this manual were recorded mainly with Optovue OCT (RT Vue and XR Avanti OCT), and also with Heidelberg Spectralis. There are high resolution optical sections, in sagittal view with the choroid visible to the sclera or in frontal view, "en face", adapted the curvature of the fundus and other 3D images.

Illustrated with drawings, outlines, and sagittal and frontal (en face) OCT images, this concise manual intends to show how to read and interpret OCTs, documenting and diagnosing the most common retinal pathologies.

Simplified outlines are provided to facilitate the classification of morphological alterations. Several tables offer guidance through the most difficult diagnoses.

This manual is intended to make easier OCT interpretation to ophthalmologists, optometrists, ophthalmic technicians and orthoptists.
Target Audience
Ophthalmologists, optometrists, ophthalmic technicians and orthoptists
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