- Clinical investigation (general framework and/or pathology-specific)
- Continuing education
High-resolution imaging technologies, exemplified by adaptive optics ophthalmoscopy (AOO) and optical coherence tomography (OCT), are gradually being transferred from the laboratory to the clinical field. In ophthalmology, these techniques make it possible to obtain high-resolution images of the fundus and to diagnose, monitor and treat retinal diseases with unprecedented precision. It is in this context that the FRCRnet network organises a training course on retinal imaging and diseases, adaptive optics ophthalmoscopy and TCO. This training course aims to train physicists, technicians and ophthalmologists in the use and interpretation of adaptive optics imaging of the retina.
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