References 1. Officia I Press Release: http://www.qltinc.com/newscenter/2010/101207b.htm
AcknowledgmentsDan EpshteinElizabeth YusupovJennifer LeeSherry BassRoshelle RozenbiumSanjeev Nath
Jerome Sherman, OD, FAAO Jerome Sherman, O.D., is perhaps optometry's most prolific writer, publishing over 650 clinical articles, research manuscripts, book chapters and two CDs. He is senior author of three books that were published in 2007, and has delivered over three thousand lectures both nationally and internationally. He has served as a
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Summary and ConclusionsPAF allows 200 degrees of the fundus to be imaged without dilation in a single 250 msec flash.PAF documents the integrity of the RPE (and overlying photoreceptors) throughout the entire image.PAF abnormalities occur in myriad retinal disorders including a spectrum of retinal degenerations, as presented in this part I of RR54.No other technology—including
Case 10: Optomap® Color Fundus and AF Comparison OD and OS KEY: Color Optomap Auto Fluorescence The AF images reveal more abnormalities of the RPE than do the color images in this case of peri-central RP.
Case 10: Optomap® plus with Resmax™ AF Image OS Note that the hard exudates in the previous slide are virtually invisible with AF. This is expected since the exudates have no influence on the RPE.
Case 10: Optomap® plus with Resmax™ Color Image OS In addition to the pigmentary changes, note the unrelated hard exudates in the macula.
Case 10: Optomap® plus with Resmax™ AF image OD The AF pattern is somewhat similar to the last two cases of peri-central RP.
Case 10: Optomap® plus with Resmax™ Color Image OD Case 10: A 64 yo BF presented for follow up of peri-central RP. Patient has a history of diabetes and hypertension. She has undergone focal laser for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy in her left eye. Patient reported no change in vision since her laser