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Review article: microvascular biomarkers assessed with adaptive optics

Adaptive optics (AO) imaging has brought unique possibilities for assessing retinal blood vessels, thanks to direct visualizations…

rtx1 users’ e-symposium 2021

Last week, Imagine Eyes held the first edition of the rtx1 users' e-symposium. Clinicians, researchers and ophthalmic photographers…

Clinical and animal findings with adaptive optics retinal cameras

In recent years, not only clinical investigators, but also animal researchers have increasingly adopted the rtx1 AO camera…

Adaptive optics findings in inherited retinal diseases

12 teams of ophthalmologists have published 28 studies that used the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera to investigate inherited…

Great presentations at i2Eye 2020

During the i2Eye 2020 meeting organized by Paris Eye Imaging group, medical experts, physicists and biologists addressed…

Great start for the i2Eye online conference

Yesterday was a very successful first day for the Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease conference (i2Eye) organized by Paris…

Many thanks to rtx1 users for presenting at Euretina 2020 Virtual !

Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who presented their findings at Euretina 2020 Virtual last week. Dario…

This autumn, 3 events to discover recent advances in retinal imaging

Three upcoming online events - Retina Forum, Euretina and i2Eye - provide opportunities to learn about new advances in retinal…

Cellular-level phenotyping of retinitis pigmentosa with adaptive optics

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a group of inherited retinal degenerations that involve multiple genes. A new study published…