Novel clinical findings and innovations in high-resolution retinal imaging will be introduced at the 22nd Euretina congress, in Hamburg on Sept 1-4, 2022. Presentations will be available for both virtual and in-person attendees.
Paula Oquendo will demonstrate cellular-scale assessment of photoreceptor recovery after macular hole surgery, using a rtx1 AO retinal camera.
Comparison of the photoreceptor mosaic before and after macular hole surgery
with high resolution adaptive optics imaging
Paola L. Oquendo, University of Toronto, Canada
Sept. 2 at 12:45 CEST, Hall X1 – Free Paper Session 7: Imaging I
Kiyoko Gocho will present clinical results of MERLIN, a consortium funded by the European Commission to advance retinal imaging instrumentation. Her lecture will introduce multimodal information on the retina at different scales, including three-dimensional cellular-resolution images, in various clinical cases.
Pilot study of multimodal and multiscale retinal imaging technology developed by
a trans-European multidisciplinary consortium, the MERLIN project
Kiyoko Gocho, Paris Quinze-Vingts National Eye Hospital, France
Sept. 4 at 09:00 CEST, Hall X2 – Free Paper Session 12: Imaging II
We warmly invite attendees to meet Imagine Eyes at Euretina. To schedule a meeting, contact us using the form below.
More about the rtx1 AO camera for cellular level retinal imaging
The MERLIN project has received € 4.868M in funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, under grant agreement No 780989.