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Article: June 15, 2019 | Review of Optometry

How to Stay One Step Ahead of AMD

Optometrists can truly stay ahead of AMD if they change the way they approach it, by identifying disease risk during routine examinations and by using dark adaptation testing for early detection.

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Article: June 12, 2019 | Review of Optometric Business

The 3 Instruments that Delivered the Best ROI for My Practice

The AdaptDx enables Dr. Hammond to test patients’ dark adaption time, providing info that could indicate subclinical AMD. The practice can then start early treatment to improve patient outcomes.

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Article: May 2019 | Optometric Office

Adopting Dark Adaptation Technology

Early AMD detection isn’t just great for patients, it’s great for your practice too according to this optometry marketer.

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Article: May 1, 2019 | Optometric Management

Diagnostic Devices

Dr. Laurie Sorrenson believes AMD patients should receive education about the diagnostic instruments and testing employed in practices for two reasons. Discover them now >>

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Article: April 30, 2019 | The Ophthalmologist

Rethinking AMD

“An accidental discovery, an aging population, a new approach to healthcare; this is the story of MacuLogix.”

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Article: April 24, 2019 | Optometric Management

When Does a Balding Man Lose His First Hair?

This question was posed by the glaucoma expert, John Flanagan, as an analogy to when a glaucoma patient loses that first ganglion cell. Today, how do clinicians know the first indication of AMD?

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Article: April 23, 2019 | The Montgomery Herald

Southern Eye Care Offers Test to Detect Early AMD

With the AdaptDx, clinicians at Southern Eye Care can diagnose AMD before any vision loss occurs — and put a plan in place to help preserve vision.

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Article: April 8, 2019 | Optometric Office

One-to-One: Amanda K. Lee, OD

In her role as Senior Director of Professional Relations at MacuLogix, Amanda K. Lee, OD, focuses on elevating the standard of care for macular degeneration to improve patient outcomes.

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Article: March 22, 2019 | Primary Care Optometry News

Routine Visit Leads to Asymptomatic Diagnosis

Earlier detection, even in asymptomatic patients, leads to earlier intervention and better long-term outcomes. Something that Dr. Amanda Legge is working toward making the rule, not the exception.

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Article: March 22, 2019 | PTBO Canada

Peterborough Optometric Announces First In Canada With Test That Can Help Save Vision

This industry-leading optometric office located at 1090 Clonsilla Ave. is now able to offer the AdaptDx test that helps detect and monitor AMD.

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