[optimal] Re: [**External**] Re: Spectralis Normalize mode

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  • Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2020 23:22:03 +0000

On that same note, why does my new Windows 10 want to automatically Postprocess 
my images?
Can I shut that off?

Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, CDOS, FOPS
CPMC Dept of Ophthalmology/ The Eye Institute
Ophthalmic Diagnostic Services
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From: Barsness, Denice
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Cynthia,

Normalized Off is a setting choice of some clinical studies reading centers.  I 
believe it allows them to evaluate the image in a software other than Heyex.

Beth Snodgrass, CRA
Ophthalmic Imaging
Casey Eye Institute, OHSU
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Of C VandenHoven
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Subject: [optimal] Spectralis Normalize mode

Hi all....

What is the value of performing Spectralis with normalize setting off versus on?

Seems it just digitally compresses the tonal value if the image? When do you 
use one setting versus the other?

Cynthia

Cynthia VandenHoven CRA FOPS
Medical Imaging Specialist
Hospital for Sick Children
Toronto Canada

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