Marko Lukic and Jon Gjelle

Use of OCT for the posterior and anterior eye

Use of OCT for the posterior and anterior eye

Marko Lukic

Optometrists have possibilities for spotting anomalies in the posterior and anterior eye when using an OCT device. The high-quality images can show early signs of pathology and allow for a swift reaction. That is – if we know how to use the scans correctly.

Dr Marko Lukic is a leading expert in the area. He’s also very passionate about sharing his knowledge. In this session, he shows specific cases and images to explain the basic OCT scans and report functions. He’ll advise on when and how to use them.

The moderator of this masterclass is Jon Gjelle.

This session took place live on 5 October 2022, during Clinical Conference. 

For Dutch optometrists: Unfortunately, we aren’t yet able to assign CET points (KP points) for Clinical Conference 2022 modules for Dutch optometrists. We’re working on getting the modules accredited. If you already finished the modules, you’re on the list to get your points assigned. As soon as we have more information, you’ll hear from us. Our apologies for the delay and inconvenience.

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