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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Department of Ophthalmology
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Ophthalmic Imaging

The Ophthalmic Imaging meeting was designed to review various modalities of ophthalmic imaging in the management of challenging ophthalmic conditions. The ultimate goal is to improve patient care for a variety of medical and surgical ophthalmic conditions. The strength of the meeting lies in the caliber of the speakers and the interactive nature of the program.

The meeting is designed for ophthalmologists in practice or in training. The morning session will be geared toward comprehensive ophthalmologists as well as specialists. The afternoon session is open to all, but may be of particular benefit to those ophthalmologists with an interest in retina or uveitis.

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the role of advanced ophthalmic imaging in a variety of challenging medical and surgical ophthalmic conditions.
  • Describe a complete differential diagnosis for numerous ophthalmic conditions.
  • Analyze the different management approaches of complex ophthalmic diagnoses.
  • Integrate the skills acquired to provide better ophthalmic and medical care for their patients.
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