In this White Paper, he shares his personal experience with the Leica EnFocus intraoperative OCT, the valuable features supporting smooth surgery and how it allows him to minimize complications and readmissions. He explains why ophthalmic surgeons should consider integrating intraoperative OCT to their practice, and how this will augment their confidence and enable them to achieve better outcomes.
Disclaimer: The statements and explanations of the healthcare professional in this video reflect only his opinion and personal experience. His statements don’t necessarily reflect the opinion of any institution with whom he is affiliated.
- Introduction: the development of intraoperative OCT
- Personal experience with intraoperative OCT
- Studies describing intraoperative OCT in cataract surgery
- Overview of cases performed with intraoperative OCT
- Residual lens fragment assessment
- Cataract incision analysis
- Total cataract case
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Dr. Rachid Tahiri, a graduate of Paris VII University, France, is an ophthalmic surgeon working mostly in cataract surgery, retinal surgery, and clinical research. He is a Fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmology (FEBO) and holds a license from the Medical Council of Canada. He has contributed to several articles published in international peer-reviewed journals and has presented numerous scientific studies and posters at international ophthalmology meetings in Europe and the United States. Dr. Rachid TAHIRI is one of the co-organizers of Practical Ophthalmology Webinars, and one of the four artificial intelligence beta testers in France in diabetic retinopathy.