First installation of an rtx1 adaptive optics retinal camera in China
Imagine Eyes’ team and its partner Imagine Optic China are proud to announce the first installation of an adaptive optics retinal camera in China. An rtx1 unit is now up and running at the Eye Hospital Wenzhou Medical College in Hangzhou. A team of ophthalmologists led by Pr. Jinhai Huang started using the system in clinical investigations in retinal pathology as well as high myopia.
Great presentations at the Japanese Symposium on Ophthalmic Clinical Instruments!
Imagine Eyes’ team expresses many thanks to Drs Kawamorita, Yanagida and Shiratani (Kitazato University, Japan) and Dr Mori (Chukyo Private Insurance Hospital, Nagoya, Japan), for presenting rtx1 results at the 2015 Kitazato meeting on ophthalmic instruments on November 28, 2015.
Imagine Eyes welcomes two new recruits
Two new staff members, Marine Durand and Guilhem Jeandot, joined Imagine Eyes in October 2015. As an application scientist, Marine will focus on clinical collaborations in Japan, while Guilhem works as an optics technician in our manufacturing team.
First rtx1-e installation in Germany
Imagine Eyes’ team was happy and proud to deliver and install an rtx1-e Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera unit for the first time in Germany, at the University of Leipzig, in August 2015
Thank you to presenters at the European Society of Hypertension meeting
Imagine Eyes wants to express its team’s thanks to Pr Xavier Girerd, Pr Georg Michelson and Dr David Rosenbaum for the presentations at the 2015 ESH meeting in Milano. Their lectures have unveiled fantastic new possibilities for assessing the integrity of small arteries based on Imagine Eyes rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera.
For further information about the rtx1 click here.
Thank you to the many rtx1 users who presented results at ARVO 2015 !
Imagine Eyes’ team is very grateful to rtx1 users who presented their results at the ARVO meeting held in Denver Co in May 2015. The titles in the below list provides a quick overview of the wide variety of clinical situations where the rtx1’s Adaptive Optics imaging technology brings new valuable information on diseases. Many thanks to all lecturers and poster presenters for the great exposure given to our product!
Just as a reminder: ARVO 2015 was also marked with the introduction of Imagine Eyes’ new retinal imaging system, the rtx1-e, which brings Adaptive Optics imaging to the next level of speed and usability. Click here to learn more.
Sunday, May 3
Recovery of cone photoreceptors at the macula after concussion of the retina
Atsushi Hayashi, Mitsuya Otsuki, Masaaki Ishida, Toshihiko Oiwake / 89 – A0249 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Cone density loss on adaptive optics in early macular telangiectasia type 2
Julie Jacob, Valérie Krivosic, Michel Paques, Ramin Tadayoni, Alain Gaudric / 90 – A0250 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Ever/Arvo Workshop: Adaptive Optics Imaging: photoreceptors and beyond
Michel Paques / 1AB Mile High Blrm – 1:30pm – 3:00pm
Near-infrared reflectance imaging in eyes with acute zonal occult outer retinopathy
Shinji Ueno, Kenichi Kawano, Yasuki Ito, Ayami Nakanishi, Masatoshi Nagaya, Hiroko Terasaki / 605 – B0063 – 1:30pm – 3:15pm
Multimodal imaging in Rubella Retinopathy
Danuta M. Bukowska, Sue Ling Wan, David A. Mackey, Fred K. Chen / 606 – B0064 – 1:30pm – 3:15pm
In vivo characterization of lamina cribrosa pores in primary open-angle glaucoma families
Stephanie Zwillinger, Michel Paques, Betty Safran, Christophe Baudouin / 1000 – B0074 – 3:15pm – 5:00pm
Monday, May 4
Investigation on cone structure and function in a family affected by occult macular dystrophy
Ziccardi, D. Giannini, G. Lombardo, S. Serrao, R. Dell’Omo, A. Nicoletti, M. Bertelli, M. Lombardo / 1784 – A0217 – 11:00am – 12:45pm
Early findings in a Phase I/IIa clinical program for Usher syndrome 1B (USH1B; MIM #276900)
Weleber, T. Stout, A. Lauer, M. Pennesi, I. Audo, S. Mohand-Said, P.-O. Barale, R. Buggage, J. Sahel, D. Wilson / 2286 – B0191 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Tuesday, May 5
Adaptive optics imaging of microscopic signs of diabetic retinopathy in type 2 diabetic patients
Kiyoko Gocho, Daiki Kubota, Keiichiro Akeo, Shuhei Kameya, Kunihiko Yamaki, Hiroshi Takahashi / 2792 – B0174 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Early findings in a Phase I/IIa clinical program for Stargardt disease (STGD1, MIM #248200)
Audo, R. Weleber, T. Stout, A. Lauer, M. Pennesi, S. Mohand-Said, P-O. Barale, R. Buggage, D. Wilson, J. Sahel / 3819 – C0181 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Wednesday, May 6
Is the arteriolar microenvironment the cause of venous nickings?
Brolly, J. Benesty, N. Lerme, E. Koch, J.-A. Sahel, F. Rossant, I. Bloch, J.-F. Girmens, M. Pâques / 4428 – A0054 – 11:00am – 12:45pm
Differences between arteries and veins of retinal blood flow determined by laser speckle flowgraphy in healthy eyes
Takeshi Iwase, Eimei Ra, Kentaro Yamamoto, Hiroko Terasaki / 4863 – A0016 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
High Resolution Imaging of Parafoveal Cones in Different Stages of Diabetic Retinopathy using Adaptive Optics Fundus Camera
K. Soliman, M. A. Sadiq, A. Agarwal, S. Sarwar, M. S. Hanoul, F. E. Graf, R. High, D. V. Do, Q. D. Nguyen, Y. J. Sepah / 4922 – B0050 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Novel adaptive optics imaging biomarkers to investigate the early pathologic changes of the cone mosaic in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus
Marco Lombardo, Maria Cristina Parravano, Daniela Giannini, Sebastiano Serrao, Lucia Ziccardi, Giuseppe Lombardo / 4923 – B0051 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Multimodal investigation of the pathologic changes of the retinal microstructure in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus using adaptive optics
C. Parravano, L. Ziccardi, G. Lombardo, D. Giannini, M. Varano, P. Giorno, M. Lombardo / 4924 – B0052 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
The optical Stiles-Crawford effect strongly affects photoreceptor imaging in diseased retina
Michel Paques, Chahira Miloudi, Laurent Mugnier, José Sahel, Isabelle Bloch, Florence Rossant, Sarah Mrejen / 4934 – B0062 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Automatic cones counting in adaptive optics images in healthy subjects
Konstantin E. Kotliar1 , Peter Linder1 , Lislotte A. Sigha Yongua1 , Ines Lanzl3 , Jose A. Sahel2 , Ieva Sliesoraityte / 4936 – B0064 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Reliability and Repeatability of a Quality Grading System for Para-foveal Cone Photoreceptor Adaptive Optics Images
Nick M. Muthiah, Fred K. Chen, Joe Zhong, Zoe McClelland, Ferenc Sallo, Tunde Peto, Pete Coffey, Lyndon da Cruz / 4937 – B0065 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Cone density estimates derived from the reflectivity of the inner segment ellipsoid band on en-face spectral domain OCT
Maher Saleh, Alois Bully, Mathieu Flores / 4939 – B0067 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Adaptive optics photoreceptor mapping: Compensation of photoreceptor scintillation by image fusion
Chahira Miloudi, Laurent Mugnier, Jose A. Sahel, Florence Rossant, Isabelle Bloch, Michel Pâques / 4940 – B0068 – 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Evidence of subretinal migration of melanin-loaded cells during dry age-related macular degeneration
Concetta Li Calzi, Michel Paques, Florian Sennlaub, Kiyoko Gocho, Jose A. Sahel, Mustapha Benchaboune / 5133 – C0197 / 3:45pm – 5:30pm
Thursday, May 7
High resolution imaging of retinal vascular network geometry
Benesty, E. Koch, D. Rosenbaum, X. Girerd, J. Sahel, F. Rossant, I. Bloch, M. Paques / 5296 – A0050 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Follow-up of morphometric parameters of retinal arterioles in hypertensive subjects: an adaptive optics imaging study
Koch, F. Rossant, N. Lerme, M. Lagarrigue, I. Bloch, J. Sahel, X. Girerd, J. Benesty, D. Rosenbaum, M. Paques / 5297 – A0051 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Comparison of retinal vascular caliber measured by adaptive optics and from fundus photographs software
Granados, E. Koch, J. Benesty, F. Rossant, N. Lerme, M. Villain, V. Daien, M. Pâques /5299 – A0053 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Adaptive Optics imaging patterns of retinal vasculitis Adaptive Optics imaging patterns of retinal vasculitis
M.-H. Errera, J. Benesty, E. Koch, C. Chaumette, J. A. Sahel, B. Bodaghi, M. Paques / 5303 – A0057 – 8:30am – 10:15am
Structural and Functional Correlation of Retinal Photoreceptors Overlying Lesions in White Dot Syndrome
Agarwal, M. K. Soliman, N. Rajagopalan, M. S. Hanout, M. A. Sadiq, L. S. Jack, S. Sarwar, D. V. Do, Q. Nguyen, Y. J. Sepah / 702/704/706 – 1:30pm – 1:45pm
New imaging system analyzes retinal blood flow and microcirculation at Grenoble’s University Hospital
Grenoble and Orsay, France, and Lausanne, Switzerland, March 6, 2015. A new retinal imaging system was jointly built by the Opto-Electronic Group at HES-SO//Valais (Sion, Switzerland) and Imagine Eyes (Orsay, France) to analyze blood flow in retinal vessels. This device for the first time enables assessing wall thickness and internal diameter in small vessels, as well as blood velocity. To make it possible, researchers and engineers have worked together to combine the laser Doppler velocimetry technique developed by Prof Martial Geiser’s team at HES-SO with Imagine Eyes’ high-resolution adaptive optics imaging technology.
This project has received significant funding from Novartis Pharma, France, as a part of the group’s continuing support to ophthalmological research. Read more
Many thanks to Pr Ito and Dr Gocho for presenting the rtx1 at Asia-ARVO
Yokohama, Japan, February 19, 2015. Imagine Eyes’ team is grateful to Pr Ito, Nagoya University School of Medecine, and Dr Gocho, Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital, for presenting the rtx1 Adaptive Optics retinal camera at the Asia-ARVO meeting.
Click here to read more about the rtx1.
Many thanks from Imagine Eyes to Pr Drexler for presenting stunning retinal images at MoP 2015
Award: Imagine Eyes receives the 2014 International Trophy from Paris Chamber of Commerce
Paris, November 28, 2014. Imagine Eyes is awarded the 2014 International Trophy from Paris’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI).