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Use of 5G Technology For Real-Time Telemedicine-Mediated Laser Photocoagulation Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy

In this video, an urban retinal specialist communicates with a regional ophthalmologist and patient using an audiovisual system via a 5G system that allows the specialist to define areas for laser treatment and caution zones (nonlaser areas) on a color fundus photograph. The treatment plan is visible to the regional ophthalmologist on a laser machine display, and the laser system performs photocoagulation automatically, with the retinal specialist in Beijing, China, monitoring the entire procedure through the telemedicine platform.

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