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Track diseases at the microscopic scale in the retina
"AO technology will likely contribute to faster and more cost effective drug development for the treatment of eye diseases."
Lin et al. Invest Opth Vis Sc 2019, 60:4520-4531 "Adaptive optics (AO) ophthalmoscopy is now an accessible tool to visualize photoreceptors in the human living retina."
Cristescu et al. Rom J Ophthalmol. 2019, 63:153-160. "Direct assessment of photoreceptors in RP patients by high-resolution imaging technologies is crucial for the future development of RP therapeutics."
Lin et al. Invest Opth Vis Sc 2019, 60:4520-4531 "Several studies of human retinal photoreceptors in diabetic patients using Imagine Eyes’ AO retinal camera have been achieved."
Cristescu et al. Rom J Ophthalmol. 2019, 63:153-160. "The rtx1 demonstrates that, unlike the common belief, performing AO retinal imaging can be as easy as standard retinal imaging."
Pr. Paques. Quinze-Vingt National Hospital, July 2018, Paris, France "We, for the first time, visualized longitudinal changes during the recovery of cone photoreceptors in the eyes of VKH patients."
Nakamura et al. Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 2018, 256:387-394 "The image resolution achieved by this technology is superior to that of any other current diagnostic tool."
Zaleska-Zmijewska et al. Journal of Diabetes Research 2017, article ID 4174292 "Adaptive optics retinal imaging provided non-invasive and sensitive information on the pathologic disruption of the cone mosaic."
Ziccardi et al. American J Ophthalmol 2015, 160:301-312 "In all patients, AO images showed dark elements that were smaller than what could be resolved by fundus imaging and OCT."
Bek. Acta Ophthalmologica 2014, 92:753-758