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Secure Diagnostic Imaging has been at the forefront of tele-ophthalmology research for the past 6 years.  The primary focus has been the identification of treatable diabetic retinopathy with tele-ophthalmology.  More recently research has focused on both macular degeneration and glaucoma.  A comparison between digital stereoscopic imaging and slide film in the identification of treatable macular degeneration has now been completed and will be submitted for publication shortly.  Research with stereoscopic digital imaging for glaucoma is beginning.

CJ Rudnisky, BJ Hinz, MTS Tennant, MDJ Greve. High-resolution Stereoscopic Digital Fundus Photography versus Contact Lens Biomicroscopy for the detection of Clinically Significant Macular Edema . Ophthalmology 2002;109:267-74.

MTS Tennant, MDJ Greve, CJ Rudnisky, TR Hillson, BJ Hinz.  Identification of diabetic retinopathy by stereoscopic digital imaging via teleophthalmology: a comparison to slide film.   Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology 2001;36:187-196.

MTS Tennant, CJ Rudnisky, BJ Hinz, MDJ Greve.  Tele-Ophthalmology via Stereoscopic Digital Imaging:  A Pilot Project.  Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics 2001;10(2):583-587.