Because of its many advantages optical coherence tomography (OCT) has revolutionized the way in which retinal diseases are screened and managed and how treatments are monitored. In this volume the latest developments and findings are presented by experts in their respective fields. After a short introduction covering the available equipment and the basic techniques, the imaging features of various pathological findings in retinal diseases are presented. The topics cover the outer layers including new modalities for choroid imaging, out-layer diseases such as the various types of macular degeneration, retinal diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and vascular occlusion, and retina and vitreous interface pathologies. The final chapters are dedicated to the practicality of using OCT for the pre- and postsurgical evaluation of the posterior segment and for the differential diagnosis of vitreoretinal diseases as well as in the management of patients with retinal and neuro-ophthalmological diseases. Making the essentials of the recently held ESASO course on OCT available in one volume, this publication is a must-read for experienced as well as trainee ophthalmologists who need to use OCT in their daily practice.Instrument Operator 1 Operator 2 Stratus OCT1 Spectral OCT/SLO2 3D OCT- 10003 202.88Ap13.56 213.02Ap10.03 224.41Ap18.19 ... OCT-1000; 5 p alt; 0.005 against all. ... RtvUe-100, Optovue; SS-1000 CASIA, Tomey), 1 TD-OCT (Visante, Zeiss) and 1 Scheimpflug Camera (Sirius, C.T.O.). ... Exclusion criteria were history of corneal and anterior segment surgery, corneal diseases, and use of contact lens.
|Title||:||Optical Coherence Tomography|
|Author||:||G. Coscas, A. Loewenstein, F. Bandello|
|Publisher||:||Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers - 2014-02-27|