Optical Coherence Tomography, A Clinical Atlas of Retinal Images is a richly illustrated collection of images and comprehensive guide to identifying anatomy and pathology of retinal disease as illustrated on OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography). Pertinent tips to acquiring quality images are outlined with both Spectral Domain and Time Domain for disease pathology, with multiple examples of common retinal disease images.
Since the advent of OCT, the landscape of clinical ophthalmic and optometric practice has been drastically altered. Armed with the ability to image multiple retinal layers, it has become more important for the imaging technician, as well as the clinical practitioner, to be able to identify retinal pathology and anatomy. As important is the knowledge to differentiate pathology from artifact, and to provide quality, consistent OCT images.
Over 300 examples of retinal disease pathology are illustrated in this full color book to assist the imager in identifying retinal disease, how it presents on OCT and to descriptively interpret OCT images.
A well regarded teacher and lecturer in the field of ophthalmic imaging for over 20 years, and the author of Retinal Imaging Simplified, Darrin Landry provides a clear and concise format in what promises to be the primary OCT reference book for the imager and clinical practitioner.
As groundbreaking as OCT images are, they are only clinically useful if performed properly. With the tips and examples outlined in this book, the imager will have a valuable resource in the application of OCT, and the tools to provide consistent quality images.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 12 April, 2011.