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The Ophthalmic Photographer’s Role in Recording the Morphological Changes of Ebola-Specific Retinal Lesions using Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

Denise Cunningham, MS, MEd, FOPS Chief, Imaging Services SectionNational Eye Institute, National Institutes of HealthUS Department of Health and Human ResourcesBethesda, MD USA Purpose: To describe a variety useful imaging modalities for identifying Ebola-specific retinal abnormalities and demonstrate the advantage of employing spectral domain optical coherence tomography longitudinally for follow-up.

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Serial Slit Lamp Photography – Taking Control

Angela Chappell Ophthalmology Dept, Flinders Medical Centre, Bedford Park, AustraliaPurpose: Serial slit lamp photography is the process of producing images of the same eye at different moments in time. The interval between images may range from minutes to years. The aim is to impart information about change in the eye over time to the clinician in support of patient care. To best illustrate change occurring in the eye, images need to be consistent and comparable. There are a number of variables which can adversely affect image repeatability which the photographer needs to be aware of. In...

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