As the population ages, ocular disease increases.  Today's busy clinicians are looking for effective and efficient diagnostic methods.  Visual fields, retinal photos, and even conventional optical coherence tomographers (OCT's) are useful but often detect disease well into the disease state.  Technologies such as electroretinography, dark adaptation and OCT angiography are often able to diagnose ocular disease much earlier in the disease state spectrum and are on the cusp of becoming mainstream.  Join Dr. Mike Cymbor as he discusses his experiences with these latest technologies.

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