1. Patience needed to grow OCTA adoption in practice

    Patience needed to grow OCTA adoption in practice

    Even though OCT angiography is a helpful diagnostic tool, there are practical challenges to implementing this technology in practice. According to the ASRS 2019 Preferences and Trends survey, only 28.6% of U.S. respondents said they used OCTA in clinical practice and found it useful. Thirty-two percent said they did not have access, nor did they intend to gain access any time soon. “It is a great technology, and it can be helpful in ambiguous cases, but the key takeaway about OCT angiography is: Be patient,” Roger A . Goldberg , MD, MBA, said in a presentation giving a “real-world” perspective ...

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    1. It is a great technology, and it can be helpful in ambiguous cases, but the key takeaway about OCT angiography is: Be patient.
    2. If you're going to upgrade your OCT system, you have to upgrade your computing power as well.
    3. For me it doesn't replace the traditional fluorescein angiography.
    4. It is a great technology, and it can be helpful in ambiguous cases, but the key takeaway about OCT angiography is: Be patient.
    5. If you're going to upgrade your OCT system, you have to upgrade your computing power as well.
    6. For me it doesn't replace the traditional fluorescein angiography.
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