Handheld ETDRS device may eliminate need for dedicated test lane

SAN DIEGO — A handheld ETDRS device may offer benefits of convenience and portability, as well as the ability to assess ETDRS visual acuity without a dedicated testing lane, according to a speaker here.“A critical and often overlooked aspect of how we handle our clinical research is the means by which we quantify results and, ultimately, how we translate these results over to real-world clinical practice,” Ehsan Rahimy, MD, said at the American Society of Retina Specialists meeting.

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