1. Next-level imaging puts optometry on front line of diabetes diagnosis

    Next-level imaging puts optometry on front line of diabetes diagnosis

    Next-level imaging puts optometry on front line of diabetes diagnosis Primary Care Optometry News, October 2018 Add Emerging imaging technologies are improving evaluation, diagnosis and management of patients with diabetes and leading to earlier detection. These next-level technologies fall into three buckets: high-resolution, expanded field fundus photography; OCT angiography; and widefield imaging.

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    1. Right now, we aren't routinely doing OCTs or ultra-widefield imaging, but I'm an advocate for doing both. They are both fast and give us a tremendous amount of information.
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