European Neuro-Ophthalmological Society conference in Budapest
Several users of Imagine Eyes’ rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera will present clinical results at the European Neuro-Ophthalmological Society (EUNOS) conference in Budapest on September 10-13.
In a symposium on neuro-ophthalmic applications of eye and brain imaging, chaired by Prs Cameron Parsa and Gabor Somfai on Tuesday 12th at 14:00, the lecturers will explain the new clinical insight provided by ultrahigh-resolution imaging with adaptive optics technology in several diseases:
- Introduction: what is adaptive optics? Kristina Irsch, USA
- In vivo characterization of lamina cribrosa pore morphology. Stéphanie Zwillinger, C. Baudouin, M. Paques, France
- Peering at sensory and neural retina: overlap neuro-ophthalmic syndromes, Kiyoko Gocho, Japan
- Adaptive optics imaging of the retina, Michel Paques, France
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