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Understanding OCT Angiography From Pathophysiology to Clinical Imaging
Author:  
Lumbroso Bruno MD
 
Huang David MD, PhD
 
Souied Eric H MD, PhD
 
Savastano Maria Cristina MD PhD
 
Jia Yali PhD
 
Rispoli Marco MD
 


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ISBN9781909836938
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2020
Pages242
Size 6.75"" x 9.75""
Cover TypeHard Back
With CD/DVD No
FormatFour Color
Weight (Grams) 740 Grams
Quick Overview
This handbook is the result of close collaboration of an international group of specialists. It will help and guide the clinician in assessing, classifying, sifting and selecting information. After exposing the pathophysiology of the diseases, the book describes the basic lesions, and then explain how these elementary lesions combine together to form clinical situations. Finally, disorders management has also been outlined. This practical handbook is extensively illustrated with cross sectional and “en face” OCT images, drawings, and several tables.
Key Features
  • This handbook intends to teach OCTA interpretation for routine everyday use, diagnosing retinal pathologies.
  • Each chapter includes sections on: pathophysiology, clinical features, imaging (structural OCT, ""en face"" OCT, OCTA) and updated management.
  • This book is illustrated with numerous drawings, outlines, structural and functional OCT figures.
  • This volume will bring the incredibly fast changes in OCT and OCTA to residents in ophthalmology, postgraduate students and to all ophthalmologists who want to keep abreast with the advances in their field.
  • It will be suitable for a general audience of eye specialists seeking a clear, state-of-the-art and comprehensive description of OCTA. It will interest also orthoptists and optometrists who are attracted in using the latest devices.
Target Audience
  • Residents in ophthalmology, postgraduate students and ophthalmologists
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