1. Gary Gallimore

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    2. Clinical application of optical coherence tomography in combination with functional diagnostics: advantages and limitations for diagnosis and assessment of therapy outcome in central serous chorioretinopathy

      Clinical application of optical coherence tomography in combination with functional diagnostics: advantages and limitations for diagnosis and assessment of therapy outcome in central serous chorioretinopathy
      ...er 2014, Published 21 November 2014 Approved for publication by Professor Scott Fraser Joshua A Schliesser, Gary Gallimore, Nancy Kunjukunju, Nelson R Sabates, Peter Koulen, Felix N Sabates Vision Research Center, Dep...
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    3. Integration of spectral domain optical coherence tomography with microperimetry generates unique datasets for the simultaneous identification of visual function and retinal structure in ophthalmological applications

      Integration of spectral domain optical coherence tomography with microperimetry generates unique datasets for the simultaneous identification of visual function and retinal structure in ophthalmological applications
      ...ration, familial macular dystrophy and several other forms of retina related visual disability. Peter Koulen, Gary Gallimore, Ryan D. Vincent, Nelson R. Sabates and Felix N. Sabates, "Integration of spectral domain optic...
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    4. Documentation of optic disc melanocytoma by spectral and time domain optical coherence tomography

      Documentation of optic disc melanocytoma by spectral and time domain optical coherence tomography
      Melanocytoma is a benign melanocytic lesion that usually occurs in the inferotemporal area of the optic nerve head.1 The uveal melanocytes emanating from the neural crest during embryogenesis are believed to be the cells of origin. These cells are present in the lamina choroidalis, the portion of the optic nerve adjacent to the choroid.2 The tumour is typically unilateral and stationary, and rarely undergoes a malignant transformation. The ...
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  2. About Gary Gallimore

    Gary Gallimore

    Gary Gallimore is at the Vision Research Center, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Missouri.