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Scanning the Future of OCT
As OCT continues its rapid evolution, some experts wonder if cuts in Medicare reimbursement for OCT scans will stifle future innovations. From the beginning, the retina and cornea have been the primary targets of OCT research and this article posits that this trend will continue with further developments in the future.
Is OCT Doing Enough For Your Practice?
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a promising and essential tool in the diagnosis and management of the majority of posterior segment conditions. Is OCT Doing Enough For Your Practice? provides simple, practical tips to ensure your practice is utilizing the OCT machine to its maximum potential.
The SD-OCT Revolution Is Here
By producing a vault of information on a patient-by-patient basis of individuals retinas SD-OCT has had a giant effect on diagnosis and analysis of retinal disease. It is safe to say SD-OCT has revolutionized our knowledge of the retina and our ability to communicate with patients. This article summarizes the monumental effects of SD-OCT and what the future is.
Three-dimensional OCT for the Evaluation of Chorioretinal Diseases
OCT has quickly risen to the top as the preferred method for noninvasive, cross-sectional imaging of the retina and vitreoretinal interface in a large number of vitreoretinal diseases. Of the specific types of OCT used by ophthalmologists, three-dimensional retinal imaging has advantages over 2D cross-sectional OCT. This article highlights the advantages and potential of 3-D OCT as a valuable tool in disease evaluation.
4 Critical Website Mistakes That Turn off Potential Patients
Your online presence makes a huge impression on potential patients. So if your website hasn't been updated recently, you could be missing out on new appointments. There are four common mistakes that ultimately impact the quality of your website, and can cause you to lose out on attracting and retaining patients. In this guide, we'll discuss why these errors hurt your online presence, and what you can do to fix them.
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