Autofluorescence imaging in plaquenil

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    Autofluorescence imaging in plaquenil


    Multiple commercially available imaging systems, including the fundus camera, the confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope, and the ultra-widefield imaging device, are available to the clinician. Each offers unique advantages for evaluating various retinal diseases.

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    Wide-field imaging. FAF imaging can be used to view only the posterior pole or all the way out to the periphery of the retina. For the latter, “You need a wide-field imaging platform such as the Optos system, which has the capability of scanning to 200 degrees,” said Dr. Kiss. When conditions are favorable, stereo imaging techniques can be employed to add additional diagnostic information to fundus camera FAF techniques. Clinical Uses. Autofluorescence imaging has the potential to provide useful information in conditions where the health of the RPE plays a key role. Fundus autofluorescence is a non-invasive diagnostic test that involves taking photographs of the back of the eye without a contrast dye. These images can help with the early detection of diseased retina in serious eye conditions such as macular degeneration, hereditary retinal degenerations, and retinal toxicity from the long term use of medications such as plaquenil.

    It is now an essential tool for evaluating age related macular degeneration, macular dystrophies, retinitis pigmentosa, white dot syndromes, retinal drug toxicities, and various other retinal disorders. The clinical applications of FAF continue to expand.

    Autofluorescence imaging in plaquenil

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  5. Fundus autofluorescence imaging. This produces. an image of the retina that can detect abnormal levels of a substance called lipofuscin in the retina; this may be an early sign of disease. The results of the tests may be assessed after you. have left the clinic. When they have been assessed a report will be sent to you, your GP

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    Spectral domain optical coherence tomography SD OCT, red-free photo, fundus autofluorescence, and early and late fluorescein angiogram in patient 10, who had no symptoms, normal clinical exam and fundus autofluorescence imaging, Humphrey visual field. He had been on hydroxychloroquine Plaquenil 400 mg orally twice daily for 10 years 5.14 mg/kg/day. Fundus examination revealed granular hypopigmentation in an arcuate pattern in the inferior parafoveal area bilaterally. The patient underwent further evaluation with SD-OCT and FAF imaging. Functional changes were assessed by microperimetry Sep 15, 2015 With its relative ease of use, noninvasive technique and ability to aid in the diagnosis and management of a variety of retinal disorders, fundus autofluorescence FAF has increasingly become a mainstream imaging modality.

     
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