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Lecture: Anterior Segment Imaging with Retinal Cameras
October 26, 2018 @ 9:10 am - 10:00 am
Timothy J. Bennett, CRA, OCT-C, FOPS.
JCAHPO 46th Annual Continuing Education Program
Course Description: Although designed specifically to image the ocular fundus, retinal imaging devices are also capable of documenting the anterior segment of the eye. This course will review the types of imaging that can be obtained with retinal cameras when a clinic isn’t equipped with dedicated anterior segment imaging devices like a photo slit lamp. Imaging modalities including red reflex imaging, anterior segment angiography, corneal staining, autofluorescence, monochromatic photography, goniography, IR reflectance, IR meibography and IR pupillography will be covered.
- List retinal cameras and scanners that can also be used for anterior segment imaging
- Discuss traditional retinal imaging techniques and how they can be adapted to imaging the anterior segment.
- Understand the limitations of using fundus cameras and scanning laser ophthalmoscopes for imaging the front of the eye.