OCT Angiography: How to Apply the Data Clinically for Diabetes Management with Dr. Julie Rodman

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Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography, or OCTA, is new, non-invasive approach to visualizing retinal vasculature that is transforming the way physicians see diabetes. In this practice building with OCTA series, recognized thought leader Dr. Julie Rodman discusses how to see retinal vasculature without having to refer patients out, visualize signs of disease earlier, make more intelligent referrals, manage more pathology, and elevate the practice with state-of-the-art imaging technology.

Attendees of this course will explore:
• The difference in time domain OCT, spectral domain OCT, and OCTA
• How OCT Angiography works
• How to apply the data clinically for inner retinal disease management

This webinar is ideal for clinicians and practice owners looking to learn more about the clinical impact of OCT Angiography for inner retinal disease, specifically diabetic eye disease.
 
I have performed OCTA retinal imaging since the technology became available four years ago. The ability to visualize tissue perfusion is a game-changer when you are talking about vascular diseases like diabetes.

Our hard drive broke last year and we had to practice without our OCTA device for a about 10 days and I felt almost helpless when I examined my patients with diabetes. Almost had withdrawal symptoms...

Talk about being dependent on technology - it changes everything!
 
Looking forward to this one, hope to see folks there on wednesday.

Dr. Rodman also recently did a webinar on screening OCT not too long ago. (In addition to her CEwire talks! We are keeping her busy...)

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I registered.... hoping the "9" dont show up!
 
This should be a good one, I just put up the announcement a couple of hours ago, we've already got about 100 people signed up... clearly folks find this topic interesting!
 
This should be a good one, I just put up the announcement a couple of hours ago, we've already got about 100 people signed up... clearly folks find this topic interesting!
160 ... I'm sensing a pattern here, people like talks about new tech ...

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250 signed up for tonight so far (!) Hope to see everyone there this evening!

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It should be a magnificent event. Great subject. outstanding lecturer in Julie Rodman OD
 
Thanks everyone for attending the event tonight -- it was a blast!

The archive of the webinar should be up soon, in the meantime if you have any questions for Dr. Rodman feel free to post them here, or as she suggested, you can reach her directly at rjulie@nova.edu

-- Adam
 
does this get uploaded later? I watched thru the diabetic section but wouldnt mind seeing the deeper layer analysis part
 
does this get uploaded later? I watched thru the diabetic section but wouldnt mind seeing the deeper layer analysis part
yup, I'll probably have it in place tomorrow or over the weekend.

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yup, I'll probably have it in place tomorrow or over the weekend.

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Archive of the webinar is now up! It is at the top of the thread. Enjoy!

-- adam