Yesterday was a very successful first day for the Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease conference (i2Eye) organized by Paris…
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Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who presented their findings at Euretina 2020 Virtual last week.
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Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a group of inherited retinal degenerations that involve multiple genes. A new study published…
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Imagine Eyes obtained the CE mark for a new variant of the rtx1 adaptive optics retinal camera, which includes the AOdetect…
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Recently published in Clinical Research in Cardiology, a study described the effects of different cardiometabolic conditions…
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Research in retinal degenerative diseases, developments of new therapies, as well as clinical trials require precise information…
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How to reduce the time needed for measuring the progression of retinal diseases? And the time required for evaluating the…
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