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OCT & Fluid - Diagnosis, Aetiology & Management of Intra-retinal Fluid (T)

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WAVE On Demand Day1-Yapp: OCT & Fluid

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Summary
The advent of OCT has enabled a dramatic increase in the ease of detection of intra-retinal fluid as well as the ability to detect much smaller amounts than can be seen funduscopically.  Once detected, optometric management of intra-retinal fluid can vary from regular monitoring through to prompt referral. This lecture will detail the causes of intra-retinal fluid that can be detected with OCT and use a case based approach to highlight the key factors in assisting with differential diagnosis and subsequent management

Learning Objectives
By the end of this lecture, participants will:

1.       Have a better understanding of the differential diagnosis of intra-retinal fluid
2.       Have an increased ability to interpret OCT scans with regards to intra-retinal fluid
3.       Be able to appropriately manage or refer patients with intra-retinal fluid based on the current published evidence.

Assessment: There are 5 optional MCQS with this lecture.

Resources

Slides from Michael's 1st presentation on Saturday 20th March.
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