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Webinar: Ultra Wide Angle Imaging: Seeing into the Far Periphery
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One hour online webinar on Thursday, September 20, 2018 starting at 9:00 pm EST, ending at 10:00 pm EST. This is the only time this webinar will be available.

9/20/2018
When: Thursday, Sept 20, 2018
9:00 pm EST
Where: Online
United States
Presenter: Olivia Rainey, OCT-C
Contact: Barbara McCalley
417-725-0181


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Webinars will be conducted online.  Participants must view the webinar from a computer with internet access.  Audio can be heard either through the computer or from a phone.  It is recommended to use a headset with mic when listening through the computer.  Paid participants will receive an email with the exact login information 24 hours prior to the webinar.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Ultra  Wide  Angle  Imaging:  Seeing into  the  Far  Periphery   

This  lecture  will  introduce  instruments  that  can  be  used  to  image  the (far)  periphery  of  the  eye,  such  as the  Heidelberg  Spectralis,  utilizing  the  Non-Contact  Ultra-Widefield  Module  and  California  Ultrawide Imaging  System.  She will  elaborate  on  principle  features  of  each  technology,  and  identify  key applications  and  controls  of  the  instruments.  Performing  FA  and  ICG  angiographies  will  be  described with  ultra-wide  devices.  At  the  conclusion  of  this  lecture,  the students  will  be  able  to  discuss  situations in  which  each  of  these  technologies  would  be  useful,  as  well  as  discuss  some of  the  advantages  and limitations  of  each  instrument.  The student will also be able to list some key considerations for operating the equipment.

Olivia Rainey, OCT-C


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