Diabetic Retinopathy


File number: 80982


    1. JEFFERSON R SOUSA, Tecg.º (Biomedical Systems Technology) (January 18 2022)

      Dear Mr. Soque, I am grateful for the compliments, it is a great pleasure to be praised by a great specialist in ophthalmic imaging. To reach this result, we have to make the best use of the technology we have and this involves dedication and respect for the cause. We cannot let our profession lose this essence.
      Congratulations to us ophthalmic photographers.

    2. James B. Soque, CRA, OCT-C, COA, FOPS (January 18 2022)

      This is an excellent documentation of capillary non perfusion with your OCT-A Device. Thank you for your submission Mr. Sousa! You have done our profession a great justice.

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    retinopathy, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic mellitus, ocular ischemic syndrome, ischemia, ischaemic diabetic maculopathy
    JEFFERSON R SOUSA - Centro de Estudos e Pesquisas Oftalmológicas Dr. Andre MV Gomes, Instituto Dr. Suel Abujamra São Paulo-Brasil
    Imaging device
    Optical coherence tomography system
    Angioplex protocol, OCT CIRRUS 5000. Zeiss
    A 32-year-old female patient attended the Suel Abujamra Institute (ISA) for evaluation and management. In the process of evaluating the visual picture, important retinal alterations, typically of diabetic retinopathy, were observed. As shown in the OCT-A (Angioplex) exam, extensive area of ischemic vascular incompentence.

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