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VIDEO: New technology helps expand clinical findings in glaucoma

ST. LOUIS – Mohammed Rafieetary, OD, said he presented a case here at Optometry’s Meeting in which the Glaucoma Module Premium Edition of the Heidelberg Spectralis allowed him to determine that a myopic patient with a tilted disc did not have glaucoma.

“It allows you to do morphologic and pathologic scanning of the topography of the optic nerve and can add a lot more to your clinical findings,” he said.

ST. LOUIS – Mohammed Rafieetary, OD, said he presented a case here at Optometry’s Meeting in which the Glaucoma Module Premium Edition of the Heidelberg Spectralis allowed him to determine that a myopic patient with a tilted disc did not have glaucoma.

“It allows you to do morphologic and pathologic scanning of the topography of the optic nerve and can add a lot more to your clinical findings,” he said.

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