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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…

Imagine Eyes’ customers present lectures at SFO 2020

On September 5, two users of the rtx1 Adaptive Optics retinal camera will present their clinical research at the French Society…

Progression of retinitis pigmentosa assessed at the cellular scale

Recently published in the Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology, a study demonstrated a new technique for assessing the progression…

Adaptive optics study disentangles the effects of hypertension and diabetes on retinal arteries

Recently published in Clinical Research in Cardiology, a study described the effects of different cardiometabolic conditions…

Imaging the RPE cell mosaic in volunteers’ eyes – ARVO video presentation

Research in retinal degenerative diseases, developments of new therapies, as well as clinical trials require precise information…

AOimage 3.4 for rtx1 enables fast evaluations of retinal disease progression

How to reduce the time needed for measuring the progression of retinal diseases? And the time required for evaluating the…

Retinal laser therapy assessed with adaptive optics imaging

New publication in Medicine A team of ophthalmologists in Bucharest, Romania, investigated a laser therapy for treating…

Imagine Eyes’ business operations during covid-19

Dear Customers and Partners, All of us at Imagine Eyes deeply sympathize with the people impacted by covid-19 worldwide.…

Imagine Eyes’ AO retinal imaging system receives regulatory clearance in China

March 09, 2020, Orsay, France, and Beijing, China. Imagine Eyes' flagship product, the rtx1-e Adaptive Optics retinal camera,…

Retinal artery walls analyzed with AO imaging in a large cohort

The Copenhagen Child Cohort 2000 Study used adaptive optics imaging to assess small artery walls in the retinas of over…