Four adaptive optics retinal cameras installed for multi-center research in AMD

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Imagine Eyes has installed rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Cameras at four ophthalmology centers in Europe, for an international…

Choroideremia carrier retinas examined at the cellular level

In a clinical case series study published in Ophthalmic Surgery, Lasers and Imaging Retina, a team of ophthalmologists led…

Investigation with rtx1 shows how myopia affects the arrangement of retinal cells

A study published in Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics used the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera to assess the distribution…

Introduction of rtx1 imaging at Glaucoma Surgery Day in Budapest

Our partner Dr Robert Mercik, CEO at InView Medical in Poland, will introduce the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera at…

Clinical study with rtx1 reveals visual cell loss in Bestrophinopathy

Autosomal recessive bestrophinopathy (ARB) is an inherited retinal disease which causes losses in central vision. New insights…

Imagine Eyes and Aracare enter a partnership to develop AO imaging business in South Korea

January 14 2018, Orsay, France and Seoul, South Korea. Imagine Eyes® announces a new business partnership with Aracare™.…

Clinical use of AO retinal imaging: Symposium at EVER 2018

The 2018 congress of the European Association for Vision and Eye Research will feature a symposium fully dedicated to Adaptive…

Many thanks to speakers and visitors at Euretina 2018!

Imagine Eyes’ team wishes to thank all the congress attendees who visited our booth at the Euretina 2018 meeting in Vienna…

New publication highlights the benefits of Adaptive Optics retinal imaging in retinal degeneration and chronic vascular conditions

Ophthalmic examinations using adaptive optics reveal structural details in the retina that remain invisible with conventional…

Special autumn course on Adaptive Optics retinal imaging in Paris - October 8, 2018

What is adaptive optics (AO)? How to use its full potential in retinal imaging? How to interpret AO images in case of pathology…