January 30, 2020
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VIDEO: Adaptive optics in retinal imaging a revolutionary step forward

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TREVISO, Italy — Adaptive optics provide high-resolution imaging and visualization of microstructures of the retina to the level of photoreceptors, particularly cones, as well as blood vessels. At the Retina 2020: New Trends meeting, Chiara Eandi, MD, PhD, clarifies why and how this new frontier of imaging technology will represent a revolutionary step forward in the understanding and management of retinal pathologies.