December 7, 2019
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute invites you to join us this December for our seventeenth Ophthalmic Imaging CME meeting in Palm Beach, Florida. The meeting will feature exciting presentations on what is new in imaging of retinal diseases, glaucoma, and neuro-ophthalmology using a practical case-based approach with brief introductions to new technologies of clinical relevance.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is now a widely utilized ophthalmic diagnostic technology. This program, which includes the co-inventors of the technology among its faculty, is unique in its approach. The basic physical principles of OCT and new OCT imaging modalities are reviewed, followed by a comprehensive discussion and review of current clinical applications in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmic, corneal, and retinal diseases. Case-based presentations and discussions with faculty and meeting attendees will highlight the utility and important role of OCT imaging in identifying ocular disease and its response to treatment in clinical practice.