Practical Skills in Retinal Imaging

Provided by Royal College of Ophthalmologists

About the course

To describe the basic principles of retinal imaging modalities and their current clinical applications. To describe the advantages and disadvantages of each imaging modality, their indications for clinical use, and practical suggestions regarding image acquisition. To provide an overview of standard image grading systems and their associated nomenclature. Suitable for: • Trainees all grades especially ST1-ST5 • All doctors preparing for FRCOphth exams • Allied Health Professionals involved in retinal or macular services • Ophthalmic photographers and retinal screeners • Optometrists who provide retinal imaging services • SAS doctors involved in retinal or macular services • Quick updates for Consultants

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