Retinal hyperreflective round deposits, sublesional choroidal thickening, and sublesional retinal pigment epithelium elevation are key to diagnoses, the study shows.
Researchers assess possible correlation between the visual field and electroretinogram parameters in birdshot chorioretinopathy.
Even in healthy eyes, OCT-A imaging shows the vascular anomaly can influence anatomical changes.
Acute stroke treatment has been transformed by multimodal imaging tools, the report shows.
The algorithm demonstrated “excellent” agreement with the human graders in most instances.
Ocular abnormalities were even seen in children who did not develop microcephaly.
Verteporfin dosage significantly affected choroidal blood flow after photodynamic therapy procedure, a report shows.
A study connects the choroidal thickness of patients with corneal disease and the risk of atopy.
The study suggests SFCT thinning may be secondary to ocular elongation, researchers say.
Researchers support use of anti-VEGF therapy in eyes that have inferior posterior staphyloma with choroidal neovascularization.
The research shows the effect can occur as early as 2 months after treatment.
A course helps optometrists distinguish which traumatic presentations require referrals, and how to treat those that do not.
A case study and literature review detail the various ocular ramifications resulting from bodily injury after bungee jumping.
Julie Rodman, OD, shows how to interpret images to understand a patient’s disease.
Julie Rodman, OD, guides optometrists through the clinical applications of OCT and OCT-A for patients with AMD.
The technology can image decreased capillary vessel density within the peripapillary nerve fiber layer and macula, the report shows.
No link shown between subfoveal choroidal thickness and traditional sleep disorders.
Even without visual symptoms, these patients were likely to have findings.
Researchers explain spectral-domain OCT findings for these patients and the impact of anti-VEGF therapy.
Researchers analyze differences in healthy eyes using wide-field swept-source optical coherence tomography.