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Automated Gonioscopy - A New Iridocorneal Angle Imaging Technique

Introducing an innovative solution: the automated gonioscopy. Prof. Renard explains how the GS-1 can improve clinical efficiency by overcoming the challenges of conventional gonioscopy.
This video was filmed in December of 2018.

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angle • Diagnostics/Imaging • Glaucoma • gonioscopy

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Correlation of OCT Angiography and Microperimetry in Wet AMD

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The Importance of Iridocorneal Angle Anatomy in Clinical Decision Making

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Rapid Readings You Can Trust

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Automated Gonioscopy Improves the Ability to Review the Angle Anatomy

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The Role of OCT Angiography in Assessing Retinal and Choroidal Vasculature

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Better Preoperative Testing, Better Surgical Outcomes

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Highlights of the OPD-Scan III in Clinical Practice

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PANORAMIC IMAGING WITH OCTA

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OCT Angiography in Retinal and Choroidal Diseases

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Automated Gonioscopy Clinical Cases: GS-1 Gonioscope

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Specular Microscopy Clinical Cases:
CEM-530 Specular Microscope

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OCT-Angiography Clinical Cases:
NIDEK RS-3000 Advance AngioScan

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Fundus Autofluorescence Atlas with the Retina Scan Duo

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