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Webinar: What To Do When Imaging Becomes Difficult
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One hour online webinar on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 starting at 9:00 pm EST, ending at 10:00 pm EST. This is the only time this webinar will be available.

3/27/2019
When: Wednesday, March 27, 2019
9:00 - 10:00 pm
Where: Online
United States
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:
What To Do When Imaging Becomes Difficult
Holly Cheshier, CRA, OCT-C, COT

This course will present a series of short tips and strategies for maximizing diagnostic information in OCT’s, Fundus Photography & Fluorescein Angiography. Troubleshooting techniques will be covered in getting around the pitfalls of difficult media opacities, patients with special needs and challenging pathologies. We will discuss achieving the optimal scan for various pathology of both central and peripheral retina. Techniques such as EDI (Enhanced Depth Imaging) will be discussed. We will look at different scan and photography options to help the technician get the best image possible for the physician. Case examples will be given.

Objectives: At the conclusion of this course the student will be able to:

1. Identify common artifacts in OCT and Fundus photography.

2. Apply tips and strategies to maximize diagnostic information when performing imaging test.

3. Understand how to achieve the best possible images when working with various challenges of both the central and peripheral retina.

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