Mastering OCT Interpretation (45178-PD)

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Lecturer: Mark Friedberg, MD

OCT has become an integral tool for many eye care practitioners in the diagnosis and monitoring of retinal disease. This course will teach how to interpret OCT. Both normal anatomy and pathologic states will be demonstrated. Finally, numerous mystery cases will be presented to allow the audience to utilize the skills acquired through the course.


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Steve Silberberg

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Great lecture..who ever wants a concise understandable guide to OCT interpretation listen to this lectures by one of the most well known Retinal specialists in the country
 

Charles A McBride

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I just wanted to say that this was a great lecture. Lots of great tips for navigating OCTs.

I really like the format where the lecture is pre-recorded and questions can be asked of the lecturer real-time aside from the lecture. Those that have no interest don't need to watch the question/answer column and there is no disruption of the lecture. I would have been much better with less delay though. I'll bet Adam will fix this for next time.
 

Steven Nelson

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I really like the format where the lecture is pre-recorded and questions can be asked of the lecturer real-time aside from the lecture. Those that have no interest don't need to watch the question/answer column and there is no disruption of the lecture. I would have been much better with less delay though. I'll bet Adam will fix this for next time.

The delay did make it a little weird in the booth talking with he and Paul. I had a good minute lag so that when I'd make a comment, generally the topic had moved on.

All in all, though, it was still pretty cool to be able to communicate like that and even with the lag time it worked great.