Retinal Tumours and Pigmented Lesions Recorded Webinar
With the increasing use of indirect ophthalmoscopy and retinal imaging systems it is increasingly common to find pigmented retinal or choroidal lesions in a routine eye examination. Understanding which lesions to refer and which can be monitored is vital in providing good patient care.
This lecture will introduce the aetiology and epidemiology of retinal pigmented lesions and their detection and differential diagnosis. It will run through some of the more common causes including:
• Choroidal Naevus
• Choroidal Melanoma
• Congenital hypertrophy of the RPE (CHRPE)
• Chorioretinal scarring associated with toxoplasmosis
The use of new technologies such as FAF, scanning laser ophthalmoscopes and OCT will be discussed alongside more traditional approaches of Binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy and field testing.
This is is a recording of a webinar that was hosted live on 14th April 2020 as part of our Free Webinar Series. Watching the recording and completing the test is worth 1 CET point.
This course is free for Calderdale and Kirklees LOC members. If you are a member, please contact us for free access at email@example.com.
CET Points: 1
CETpoints.com credits: 1
Expiry Date: 31/12/2021
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