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Attend the Heidelberg symposium, Next Generation Retinal Imaging: Multi-Modality Tracking Laser Tomography, at the 8th Euretina meeting in Vienna

Friday 23 May 13:00 - 14:00Next Generation Retinal Imaging: Multi-Modality Tracking Laser TomographyModerator: F. Holz, GERMANY

13.00 F. Holz GERMANYIntroduction

13.05 S. Wolf SWITZERLANDSpectralis Technology: Benefits of real time eye tracking in multi-modality cSLO / SD-OCT imaging

13.20 F. Holz GERMANYSpectralis applications in macular diseases — a new horizon

13.35 G. Coscas FRANCEAngiography combined with SD-OCT imaging for diagnosis and treatment follow-up of vascularised PED

13.50 ALLPanel Discussion

14.00 F. Holz GERMANYClosing remarks

 

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