I have began to turn it off during transits because it allows more of a “true”
look to the phases. I could be totally wrong and please correct me if I am: it
seems the normalize acts almost like HDR- brights look bright, and darks look
Johnathan Hawkins CDOS, COT, CRA, OCT-C
Southwest Retina Specialists
On Jan 21, 2020, at 4:44 PM, Beth Snodgrass <snodgrab@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
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
Casey Eye Institute, OHSU
515 SW Campus Drive
Portland, OR 97239
From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf
Of C VandenHoven
Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 2:02 PM
Subject: [optimal] Spectralis Normalize mode
What is the value of performing Spectralis with normalize setting off versus
Seems it just digitally compresses the tonal value if the image? When do you
use one setting versus the other?
Cynthia VandenHoven CRA FOPS
Medical Imaging Specialist
Hospital for Sick Children