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  C-29-04   
Thursday, September 29, 2005
08:15 - 09:45
C-29-04  Optical Coherence Tomography – Interpretation and Clinical Applications

Chair
Gaudric A. (Paris)
Massin P. (Paris)

Tutors
Leys A. (Leuven)
Schmidt-Erfurth U. (Wien)
Cardillo Piccolino F. (Turin)
Drexler W. (Wien)

Registration fee: 130 € / 180 €
No. of Participants: min. 20 / max. 100
Venue: Room Madrid (Messe)

 

  1. OCT 3, reliability and artefacts. How to improve the quality of OCT scans?
  2. OCT for Diabetic Macular Edema: Diagnosis and assessment of treatment efficacy.
  3. OCT for Age Macular Degeneration: Help to diagnosis and post treatment assessment.
  4. OCT for Central Serous Choroidopathy
  5. The role of OCT in the management of Macular hole, Epiretinal membrane and Vitreo-macular traction syndrome
  6. Case presentation
  7. Ultra High Resolution OCT
This course is intended for ophthalmologists who are using OCT or would like to improve their knowledge as regard OCT images. The usefulness of OCT for the diagnosis and management of the main macular diseases will be stressed. The detection of artefacts and the way to avoid them will be illustrated. Case report presentation will provide an opportunity to show how OCT can help IN the diagnosis of unusual cases. Lastly, new images obtained with the high resolution OCT will be shown, and will indicate the future orientation of this technology. 

C-29-04.01 OCT 3, reliability and artefacts. How to improve the quality of OCT scans?
Leys A.
Leuven, Belgium


C-29-04.02 OCT for Diabetic Macular Edema: Diagnosis and assessment of treatment efficacy
Massin P.
Paris, France


C-29-04.03 OCT for age-related macular degeneration: A help to diagnosis and post-treatment assessment
Schmidt-Erfurt U.
Vienna, Austria


C-29-04.04 OCT for Central Serous Choroidopathy
Felipe Cardillo Piccolino

C-29-04.05 The role of OCT in the management of Macular Hole , Epiretinal membrane and Vitreomacular Traction Syndrome
Alain Gaudric ( Paris, France)

C-29-04.06 Ultra High Resolution OCT
Wolfgang Drexler. Vienna (Austria)