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- Feb 24, 2001
- University of Michigan Medical School
- Lake Oswego
Interpreting Retinal OCTs & Introducing OCT-Angiography, Part 1 with Dr. Nathan Lighthizer
[view part 2 here]
Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography, or OCTA, is new, non-invasive approach to visualizing retinal vasculature that is transforming the way physicians see retinal and choroidal vasculature.
In part 1 of this practice building with OCTA series, Dr. Nathan Lighthizer shows us how OCTA works, and review a number of case studies.
Attendees of this course will explore:
- How OCT Angiography works
- Case studies
A live Q&A follows with Dr. Lighthizer so don’t miss it!
About the Featured Technology:
Did you know Optovue is now a Visionix product? Integrated Visionix technologies are forward-thinking to help practice owners transform the patient experience and grow their business.
The Avanti Widefield OCT offers state-of-the-art imaging from the cornea to the choroid with exclusive technology that will change your approach to disease diagnosis and management. When you’re ready, add AngioVue OCT Angiography (OCTA) to the Avanti platform to bring non-invasive vascular imaging with measurement tools to your practice. Optovue’s flexible product configurations are easily upgradeable, so your OCT system meets the needs of your practice today and into the future.
About The Speaker:
Born and raised in Bismarck, ND, Nathan Lighthizer, OD, FAAO, is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry. Upon graduation, he completed a residency in Family Practice Optometry with an emphasis in Ocular Disease through Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry.
Dr. Lighthizer has since joined the faculty at the Oklahoma College of Optometry and serves as the Chief of Specialty Care Clinics and the Chief of Electrodiagnostics Clinic. In 2014, he founded and now heads the Dry Eye Clinic at the College of Optometry. He was recently named the Director of Continuing Education as well as the Assistant Dean for Clinical Care Services at the Oklahoma College of Optometry. Dr. Lighthizer lectures nationally on numerous topics, most notably advanced ophthalmic procedures, electrodiagnostics and ocular disease.