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    1. Publisher: theheart.org
      We are doing a high number of off-label-indication cases, patients and lesions are becoming more and more complex, with more calcification and much less guarantee that in 20 seconds with one balloon, you can have good apposition of the stent and a good job done. And in this case, we need to increase the level of accuracy at the time of implanting and at follow-up: OCT is a new possibility to obtain the best placement. This could be very important in the future.
      - Giulio Guagliumi in OCT imaging suggests low rates of uncovered/malapposed struts following DES for AMI
    2. Publisher: theheart.org
      Although it has greater resolution that IVUS, OCT can't assume that the absence of neointima means no endothelialization at a cellular level, and similarly, it cannot assume that the presence of tissue on struts is healthy, functional endothelium.
      - David Kandzari in OCT imaging suggests low rates of uncovered/malapposed struts following DES for AMI
    3. Publisher: theheart.org
      I've never seen a rate as low as 5%. If it were truly 5%, I would agree it's probably not going to be a problem, clinically, but I think their methodology is probably wrong. . . . They may be seeing fibrin on top of the stent struts, and fibrin is not neointima, it's not healthy. OCT cannot look at the composition of the tissue, and therefore they are reading as 'covered' something that may be covered with a clot.
      - Renu Virmani in OCT imaging suggests low rates of uncovered/malapposed struts following DES for AMI
    4. Publisher: news.prnewswire.com
      In pairing the FN1 microscope with Thorlabs' OCT technology, we are able to complement our traditional widefield and confocal imaging systems by providing a similar but more macro view.
      - Stanley A. Schwartz in Nikon Instruments and Thorlabs Together Bring OCT Imaging to the FN1 'Physiostation' Microscope
    5. Publisher: MarketWatch.com
      When our practice considered the options for spectral domain OCT, we concluded that RTVue offered the best combination of performance and value.
      - Lawrence J. Singerman in Optovue Reaches Milestone with Placement of 1000th RTVue FD-OCT
    6. Publisher: MarketWatch.com
      Our strong sales performance, even in the face of much larger competitors, speaks to the quality of our technology and our ability to meet the needs of clinicians.
      - Jay Wei in Optovue Reaches Milestone with Placement of 1000th RTVue FD-OCT
    7. Publisher: ophmanagement.com
      The real advantage of SDOCT is scanning speed.
      - Richard F. Spaide in The Evolution of Spectral Domain OCT
    8. Publisher: ophmanagement.com
      Time domain is slow, and it's not clear how images are related positionally, except in the appearance of the macula.
      - Yale L. Fisher in The Evolution of Spectral Domain OCT
    9. Publisher: businesswire.com
      Ever since developing the world’s first non-mydriatic retinal camera in 1976, Canon has been a pioneer and leader in the field of retinal imaging.
      - Tsuneo Imai in Canon U.S.A. Showcases Total Digital Imaging and Workflow Management Systems for the Ophthalmic World at the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Annual Meeting in Atlanta
    10. Publisher: MarketWatch.com
      Our new innovations at this meeting are designed to provide the clinician with better diagnostic and treatment options while streamlining efficiency in the practice.
      - Michael Kaschke in Carl Zeiss Meditec Introduces New Suite of Ophthalmic Innovations
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