Integrating AngioVue OCT-Angiography Into Daily Clinical Practice
Learning Objectives of the Webinar
- Understand the Principles of OCTA and how to optimize AngioVue Image Acquisition.
- Master Dynamic Screening and Image Interpretation of OCTA in Various Retinal Conditions.
- Determine how to Position OCTA vs. FA and ICGA in Daily Practice.
OCT Angiography (OCTA) is a new, non-invasive, motion contrast micro-vascular imaging modality. Maddalena Quaranta-El Mafouthi, MD and Adil El Maftouhi, OD (Centre Rabelais, Lyon, France) were among the first retina specialists worldwide to adopt this revolutionary technology. Now, with more than two years of experience using AngioVue OCTA, Centre Rabelais has played a pivotal role working alongside the OCT industry and pharmaceutical companies to ensure that OCTA becomes a user and patient-friendly addition to the diagnostic armamentarium of ophthalmology practices.
OCTA is very different from traditional dye-based angiographies, both in terms of image acquisition and interpretation. The aim of this webinar is to provide insight about successful integration of OCTA into your own practice, based on the combined technical and clinical experience of two pioneers in the field of OCTA.