Description:

Anterior segment imaging devices have become an indispensable part of diagnosing and managing various anterior segment conditions such as glaucoma, keratoconus , corneal dystrophies and other medical conditions of the cornea. In addition, new devices now can assist in the efficiency of the specialty contact lens practice providing better care to our patients. New and existing technology imaging devices will be discussed and case studies will be provided to demonstrate the utilization in a specialty contact lens practice will be part of this course.

Course Code:

AOA277-TD

Speaker(s):

Steven Sorkin, O.D.
eyedoc1228@gmail.com

Credits:

1

AOA Expiration Date:

3/2/2025

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