Congratulations to Pr. Drexler, Dr. Mrejen and Dr. Gocho for their lectures at Euretina 2014 in London!
The Imagine Eyes’ team wants to thank Pr. Wolfgang Drexler, Dr. Kiyoko Gocho and Dr. Sarah Mrejen for the great exposure given to our company’s products in their presentations at the 2014 Euretina meeting in London. We are also very grateful to their respective co-workers at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, the Nippon Medical School Hokusoh Hospital, Chiba, Japan and the Vitreous Macula Retina Consultants of New York, USA.
Article on cone photoreceptor density analysis using the rtx1
An study published in Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology has assessed the reliability of cone counting and cone density measurements with the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera.
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First rtx1 installation in Australia
Perth, WA, Australia and Orsay, France, July 11th, 2014. For the first time in Australia, Imagine Eyes installed an rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera at the Lions Eye Institute in Perth (WA). Associate Professor Fred Chen at the institute’s Retinal Imaging Clinic decided to acquire the rtx1 in early 2014, soon after the device received the ARTG clearance. The rtx1 now enables performing retinal examinations at cellular and microvascular levels in a wide variety of patients at the Lions Eye Institute.
Article in Journal of Hypertension
The rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera has enabled analyzing the microscopic structure of small arteries and detecting wall thickening in hypertensive patients.For the first time, a non invasive technique is available to assess arteriolar wall thickness. See article in Journal of Hypertension http://bit.ly/1ql05bR
Award – Imagine Eyes laureate in the Worldwide Innovation Challenge
March 20, 2014. Imagine Eyes’ team is proud to announce its nomination as a laureate in the Worldwide Innovation Challenge. The company was distinguished for its achievements in high-resolution retinal imaging systems and its new developments in cardiovascular diagnostics.
Imagine Eyes at the 2013 Euretina Congress
Imagine Eyes exhibits at the 13th Euretina Congress in Hamburg on September 26-29, 2013. Click « Read more » to see the list of Imagine Eyes’ customers’ presentations at Euretina. Read more
New publications in JAMA Ophthalmology
|rtx1* users have recently published three papers in the last issue of JAMA Ophthalmology (former Archives of Ophthalmology). Click « Read more » for links to the articles online. Read more|
Awards to rtx1* users
|Two user’s of the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera – Dr Guillaume Debellemanière from Besançon, France, and Dr Shuhei Kameya, Tokyo, Japan – have been awarded prizes at recent conferences. Click « read more » for details about the awards and the presentations. Read more|
San Antonio Hospital, Padova : the second AO retinal imaging center in Italy
|An rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera has been installed at the San Paolo Ophthalmic Center, San Antonio Hospital, Padova . The team led by Pr Giuseppe Lo Giudice is now the second Italian medical group to be equipped with the rtx1 technology, which enables cellular and micro-vascular imaging in the living retina. “As adaptive optics imaging reveals a number of important and previously invisible microscopic structures of the retina, we expect that this new technology will lead us to significant advances in understanding and managing several retinal diseases” says Pr Lo Giudice.|
Communications on image processing
|Imagine Eyes collaborators have recently presented and published work on post processing of images acquired with the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera. Click « read more » for links to the articles online. Read more|