Nikon Healthcare Japan and Imagine Eyes will together exhibit the rtx1-e Adaptive Optics retinal camera at the 123rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Ophthalmological Society (JOS) on April 18-20 in Tokyo.
On Thursday 18th, in Symposium 1, Prof. Fujinami (Tokyo Medical Center) will talk about the rtx1 in the context of new gene therapy. During the poster session on Friday 19th, Mr. Oiwake (Toyama University) will also present a case of MEWDS with follow-up rtx1 examinations over 4 years.
The rtx1-e comes to JOS exhibition with a cell-level follow-up functionality. With this software upgrade, images acquired at different visits are automatically aligned with micron precision, in just one click. This enables following up a same group of cells over time, and detecting extremely small pathological changes.
We welcome all JOS visitors to stop by Nikon booth and try the rtx1-e.