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Neonatal hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy with imaging abnormalities in the occipital lobe – how to counsel the parents

Case A baby boy, with a background of intrauterine growth restriction, was born at 37 weeks and three days gestation via forceps delivery. The baby was born in poor condition, with low heart rate, poor respiratory rate, poor colour and...

ZEISS SL 800 & 220 with Imaging Solutions

The intuitive SL Imaging Solution from ZEISS allows you to take your everyday slit lamp exams to the next level, by integrating high-quality image and video capture into your exam reports. This all-round imaging solution features a modular concept, giving...

Nidek Mirante – Multi-Modal Imaging Platform

UWF (unique 3-colour laser AND 3-colour sensors) FFA, ICGA, Blue and green FAF, Retro-mode, OCT, OCT-A. Full capture and examination of every retinal imaging modality FFA and ICGA can be captured separately or simultaneously OCT ultra-high-resolution scans with intuitive progression...

RetCam Envision Wide-field Paediatric Fundus Imaging System

Gold standard in ROP and RB screening 130° FOV Colour, Red-free and FFA modalities Light-bending technology facilitates even illumination across whole FOV Data Migration available from legacy systems New and improved optical system supported by LED light source Large touchscreen...

Screening for Sickle Cell Retinopathy (SCR): Why we do wide-field imaging, OCT/OCT-A for SCR – Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

I have been working in ophthalmology for over five years as a photographer and research co-ordinator, and it is fascinating, rewarding, and interesting to learn all about the different diseases associated with the eye. One condition that has been a...

Imaging in ophthalmology

Rosalyn Painter (OIA) and Richard Bell (BARS) have joined forces for this special imaging in ophthalmology supplement in Eye News. To skip directly to features, click the links below: Welcome from the editors- by Rosalyn Painter, Richard Bell A brief...

Scottish Ophthalmic Imaging Society Meeting

The first meeting of The Scottish Ophthalmic Imaging Society will take place on 14 February 2020 at The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. Approved for 6 CPD points from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, and CET points applied for, the...

Ophthalmic Imaging Association Conference 2019

By Hayley Coates, Ophthalmic Imager, Bury St Edmunds. The Ophthalmic Imaging Association (OIA) Conference attracts ophthalmic science practitioners, photographers, technicians, optometrists and ophthalmologists from around the UK and was a perfect networking opportunity for those in the ophthalmic imaging field....

ZEISS receives FDA clearance for CLARUS 700, enabling high-resolution, ultra-widefield imaging with fluorescein angiography

ZEISS's Medical Technology Segment announced that it has received 510(K) clearance from the FDA for the CLARUS® 700, High-Definition, Ultra-Widefield Imaging system for advanced care specialists. CLARUS 700 is the first high-resolution ultra-widefield imaging with true colour and a complete range of fundus imaging modalities, including fluorescein angiography (FA).