Available from: 20/02/2020
Where to publish: www.luxotticalearning.com.au
Provider: Luxottica Institute of Learning
Contact: Nikki Byrne, [E] firstname.lastname@example.org, [P] 02 8336 8616
- Describe what Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) means, as well the concepts around generating a FAF image.
- Establish the normal appearance of an FAF image in the clinical setting.
- Understand mechanisms of hyper and hypo autoflourescence in the retinal and recognise the clinical significance of hyper and hypo autoflourescence.
- Examine the evidence for FAF imaging in diagnosing AMD and monitoring progression
- Examine how FAF plays a role in diagnosing and monitoring certain retinal conditions such as retinal tumours, plaquenil retinopathy, central serous chorioretinopathy etc...) and hereditary dystrophies.
- Consolidate their knowledge on FAF and appreciate the clinical relevance of FAF in the modern clinic setting.
Max points awarded: 2.00
|Independent Learning with Assessment|
|Points for attending & Passing Assessment|