A number of users have experienced some issues with missing cases following the latest Retina Atlas HD (ipad) update. We have identified a fix and will be releasing it very soon. In the mean time, the workaround for users is to delete the app from the ipad device and then resync using itunes. This has been proven to fix the problem.
The Interactive Digital Atlas of Retinal Disease
Edited by Dr Salmaan H Al-Qureshi
Journal of Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology
The Interactive Digital Atlas of Retinal Disease, is a textbook like no other. It contains over 2,500 high resolution digital retinal images (colour photographs, ICG and fluorescein retinal angiograms, autofluorescence and optical coherence tomograms of retinal diseases). These images are taken from the latest digital retinal photography cameras, and are much higher resolution than most retinal textbook images which were poor quality, low resolution digital reproductions of film slides.
The cases are arranged alphabetically by diagnosis, with images in each case ordered sequentially from colour, red free to angiograms and OCT. The images can be enlarged to allow detailed examination of microscopic pathologies and can be manipulated with one's fingertips. Images can be used for lectures, clinical instruction and patient counselling.
The Atlas includes a selection of the best cases presented at the world famous "angiogram meeting" at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. Clinical cases have been chosen to reflect both the classic appearance of a disease/disorder as well as the full diversity of phenotypic expression of that particular disorder. This allows the user to understand the spectrum of disease appearance and behaviour. Selected disorders are shown prior to and after treatment with laser photocoagulation anti-VEGF therapy, photodynamic therapy etc.
Each specific diagnosis is linked to Pubmed, allowing the user to search the latest peer-reviewed literature from within the application.
The Interactive Digital Atlas of Retinal Disease is an ideal clinical companion for ophthalmologists, optometrists, visual scientists and medical students.