OCT-Angiography provides a series of images which allow the practitioner to examine the microvascular circulation of separate layers of the posterior segment of the eye.  While IVFA remains the gold standard in many cases, OCT-A often contributes to the clinical picture enough to prevent the need for invasive testing, and unnecessary referrals.  This course reviews clinical scenarios in which OCT-A was useful in diagnosis and management.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 21, 2018
Seminar Location:
Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO
Seminar Objectives
  • 1. recognize clinical uses for OCT-Angiography for posterior segment conditions 2. understand the potential role of OCT-A in various vascular conditions 3. recognize the limitations of OCT-A
Incorporating OCT-A Into Patient Care

OCT-Angiography provides a series of images which allow the practitioner to examine the microvascular circulation of separate layers of the posterior segment of the eye.  While IVFA remains the gold standard in many cases, OCT-A often contributes to the clinical picture enough to prevent the need for invasive testing, and unnecessary referrals.  This course reviews clinical scenarios in which OCT-A was useful in diagnosis and management.

Speaker Information
Elizabeth Steele OD  [ view bio ]
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2018
Posterior Segment
Optometry's Meeting
OCT-A
OCT-Angiography
microvascular circulation
IVFA
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Incorporating OCT-A Into Patient Care
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