Facilitated by Jason Higginbotham
1 CET Point
OCT is becoming a mainstream device and is found in an increasing number of practices throughout the UK. Even today, there is little time dedicated to OCT on the University courses and so many practitioners find using an OCT daunting at first. This lecture has proved hugely popular and is one of the most frequently delivered CET presentations of recent years.
The session provides an interactive presentation and lecture on OCT interpretation and basic principles. The delegates will learn what OCT is, why and how it is used and what different conditions look like with OCT. We will also cover common conditions and how to follow up and refer such patients as well as what other tests we might consider appropriate with such scan results.