Imaging & Diagnostics

3D heads-up visualization: Less pain, more gain

Three-dimensional heads-up display can enhance surgical visualization, training, ergonomics and potentially surgical outcomes.

Practical applications of intraoperative OCT

A review of how it can be used for multiple retinal procedures, with more coming as technology advances.

Using OCT to identify biomarkers of early DR

Exploring the potential of optical coherence tomography to evaluate photoreceptor health before signs and symptoms of diabetic retinopathy manifest.

The potential of mitochondrial FPF imaging in practice

Flavoprotein fluorescence imaging is a novel modality that can detect subtle functional alterations that may precede structural changes in the retina.

Solving the masquerade of vitreoretinal lymphoma

A case-based review of biopsy techniques from vitreous sampling to more invasive approaches.

Slithering toward the fovea

How multimodal imaging aids in the crucial differentiation of serpiginous choroiditis from serpiginous-like choroiditis.

The dichotomy of didanosine

Even years after discontinuation, a life-saving drug for HIV patients can have deleterious effects on vision.

Comparing techniques for RRD, MH

Prime cuts from ASRS also include a quick-response program for CRAO, and trials of agents for GA and mydriasis reversal.

Epitheliopathy after a COVID-19 vaccine

Flashing spots and whitish blots: How OCTA can aid in diagnosis and surveillance.

A ser(i)ous detachment

How multimodal imaging and systemic examination helped uncover the underlying etiology of a longstanding choroidal neovascular membrane.