We are very pleased to announce our participation at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) congress that will take place this year at the
MiCo (Milan Convention) Center in Italy from 16 to 20 September.
We mark our particpation by informing our peers about the latest innovations in Swept Source OCT Wide field imaging technology. Visit our booth for an extensive product demonstration, follow expert presentations and discover how Canon's eye care solutions can enhance your daily practice.
Live presentationsAll through the duration of the show, we accommodate on our booth #C91 live presentations from experts in wide field OCT. Our guest speaker Dr. Andrea Govetto will share his experience on how to use wide field OCT in daily practice, showing interesting cases.
MiCo (Allianz MiCo) – Milano Convention Centre,
Piazzale Carlo Magno 1 – 20149, Milano, Italy
Canon stand on Booth no #4
Speaker: Dr. Andrea Govetto, MD, PhD.
Ophthalmologist, Vitreoretinal Surgeon and retina specialist
Hospital Circolo e Fondazione Macchi, ASST-Settelaghi Varese, Italy
Presentation title: "Insights on peripheral retinal pathology by means of new ultra-wide field OCT platforms"
Dr. Andrea Govetto, specializes in Medical & Surgical Retina. He received his medical degree at the University of Udine, Italy. He followed his clinical and research fellowship in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery at the Retina division, Stein Eye Institute, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California Los Angeles UCLA, USA and his Clinical fellowship in vitreoretinal surgery. Bristol Eye Hospital, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust, Bristol, UK.
Abstract: Consecutive patients with rhegmatogenous peripheral pathology, including retinal breaks with and without associated retinal detachment, were examined, and imaged with the Canon Xephilio OCT-S1. The aim of the study was to investigate the morphology, microanatomical characteristics of the lesions, as well as the relationship between the vitreous base and the retinal breaks. Every patient underwent a wide-field raster 23x20mm (2048x 512), a wide field high resolution cross 23x20mm (4096 x2) and a custom peripheral wide field scan centered on the break with either the wide-field raster or a standard 10x10mm macula scan (1024 x 128). It was possible to map all peripheral breaks and to describe their morphology and mechanisms of vitreous attachment. Peripheral wide-field OCT may be a critical tool in the management of vitreo-retinal patient in the near future, and it may provide further insights into the pathophysiology of the rhegmatogenous pathology of the vitreous base.
Additional technology presentations at the booth
Presenter: Ori Zahavi, Clinical Specialist, Canon Medical Systems Europe
Wide Field imaging and AI; The characteristics of the OCT-A1 and OCT-S1 and the advantages of applying AI image enhancements.
Wide Field OCT in daily practice; Wide field imaging's new way of looking at the retina especially in the periphery and the vitreous, incl. cases presentations
Live presentations at the Canon Medical booth #C91
For outstanding performance and exceptional ease of use you can rely on every day, look no further than Xephilio OCT-A1. Superior image quality and a host of automated features optimize and simplify your examinations, while the system’s high scanning speed enables short examination times, increasing your efficiency and your patients’ comfort.
With Xephilio OCT-S1 Canon introduces revolutionary swept source technology allowing you to capture wide-field images of up to 23 mm in a single scan. Xephilio OCT-S1 enables superior penetration of dense objects and provides outstanding tomographic images.
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