Our team is very grateful to the rtx1 users who presented at the JOS 2018 “Nichigan” meeting in Osaka last week.
At the morning seminar organized by Imagine Eyes’ partner Chuo Sangio Co. and chaired by Prof Terasaki from Nagoya University, lecturers showed how they could track microscopic retinal lesions in a broad range of pathologies using the rtx1 Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera (see the seminar program below).
Additionally, in a plenary congress session, Pr Takagi from the Kobe City General Hospital, presented the first images of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) transplanted in a patient suffering from advanced AMD. The rtx1’s ultrahigh-resolution enabled a longitudinal analysis of the spatial distribution of iPSC cells in a delimited region of the transplant.
Many thanks to all lecturers – as well as the Chuo Sangio team – for giving such a great exposure to our product!
CHUO SANGIO – RTX1 SEMINAR PROGRAM:
- Chairman’s introduction Pr. Terasaki, Hiroko – Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
- AO Retinal Camera, the basics Dr. Ito, Yasuki – Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
- When AO retinal imaging is helpful, part 1 Dr. Ueno, Shinji – Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
- When AO retinal imaging is helpful, part 2 Dr. Gocho, Kiyoko – Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital
Click here to learn more about the rtx1-e Adaptive Optics Retinal Camera.