The SL 120, by a nose

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Jason Booth: ‘The real strengths of the SL 120 Slit Lamp and SL cam 5.0 are their ease of use and the quality of the images.’

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Software-assisted OCT

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BOC announces Australian availability of Optovue’s new OCT model, the iScan

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Clinical trial results support IPL therapy

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A study has found that intense pulse light therapy with multiple sculpted pulses shows therapeutic potential for meibomian gland dysfunction, improves tear film quality and reduces symptoms of dry eye.

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Arrival of OCT-Angiography (OCT-A)

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The Avanti XR, OptoVue’s wide-field OCT, is one of the first systems equipped with an optional OCTA feature.

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Automatic analysis of tear film quality

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Medmont includes a new imaging option in Version 6 of its Medmont Studio software.

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The MBS item that would bring fundoscopy into the mainstream

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A proposal to reimburse GPs and staff for fundus photography could mean a better national diabetes strategy.

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The new dimension of OCT technology

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Device Technologies announces the launch of the first commercially available posterior ‘Swept Source’ OCT from Topcon

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Asymptomatic—but signs of trouble

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Regina Leung and Richard Lindsay: ‘In both these cases, the Nidek RS-3000 Advance OCT proved to be a highly valuable tool in the diagnosis and management of the patient.’

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NASA honours Heidelberg Engineering

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) officially recognised Heidelberg Engineering for qualifying and placing the SPECTRALIS system on the International Space Station (ISS).

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Sometimes you find the unexpected

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Deborah Greaves: ‘The Optomap has been particularly useful in detecting early stage and peripheral pathology.’

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Updated Buyers Guide revised for 2014

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A handy reference for practitioners, with detailed specifications and notes on special features for a range of instruments, including ophthalmoscopes, OCTs, slitlamps, cameras, tomographers, perimeters and condensing lenses.

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More pathologies discovered

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With the introduction of the HD-OCT 4000, and optometrist achieves his goal of increasing his competency and that of his practice group.

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The price of chronic discomfort

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Practitioners should be proactive about preventing discomfort and injury, rather than waiting until it occurs.

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Finding diabetic retinopathy: tools for detection and management

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Primary care optometry has great case-finding potential. Optometrists’ role in the detection and monitoring of diabetic eye disease should be recognised and funded as an important aspect of diabetic health care.

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Fundus autofluorescence: RPE—but not as you know it

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New technology and research are driving a renewed interest in fundus autofluorescence and helping to establish it as another tool in the detection and treatment of ocular disease.

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