In this webinar Dr. Rodman explains how OCT Angiography is playing an increasingly significant role in optometry.
- What you get with OCTA
- Understanding the patho-physiology of Outer Retina Disease
- Visualizing retinal vasculature without referring patients out of the practice
- Managing more pathology to keep patients in the practice longer
Julie Rodman, OD, MS, FAAO,
Associate Professor of Optometry
Nova Southeastern University
OCT Angiography in the Optometric Practice
“Normal Vasculature” “Severe Diabetic Retinopathy”
Dr. Nate Lighthizer explains how OCT Angiography provides valuable information in the management of diabetic patients.
- Identifying early stages of diabetic retinopathy before other technologies can
- What’s normal and what’s not in OCTA
- Comparison of OCTA and FA
- Case examples – what can OCTA reveal to help with patient management?
Nate Lighthizer, OD, FAAO
Associate Professor, Oklahoma College of Optometry
Assistant Dean of Clinical Care Services
Director of Continuing Education
Chief of Specialty Care Clinics