In a brief format, a new video shows how clinicians use the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera to reveal microscopic lesions…
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This year at ARVO 2021, users of Imagine Eyes’ rtx1 report clinical and animal findings in several diseases. They present new phenotype information at the cellular level in the retina, obtained with adaptive optics imaging.
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Published last month, 4 Adaptive Optics studies report novel findings in retinal diseases, diabetes, and in subjects with…
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December 19th at 2:40pm CEST, Session 21
For the first time on Dec 19th at the ICOOR congress, Prof. Michael Pircher will…
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Ophthalmologists have used the rtx1 adaptive optics retinal camera to investigate 14 different types of inherited retinal…
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Yesterday was a very successful first day for the Innovative Imaging in Eye Disease conference (i2Eye) organized by Paris…
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