Retina, Choroid, Glaucoma
Practical Handbook of OCT discusses the logical method of analysis and interpretation of the clinical images to help and guide the clinician in assessing, classifying and selecting OCT information, to make correct diagnosis and prevent interpretation errors. After explaining the analysis and synthesis method it describes separately the elementary OCT lesions. Then it shows how these elementary lesions combine together to form the most frequent and less frequent clinical syndromes and situations. It applies the classical Cartesian method of analysis followed by synthesis to OCT to teach how to disentangle the complex web of information.
The handbook includes the study of structure, segmentation, texture, tridimensional images and “en face” scans, the ganglion cell complex, and the new frontier of choroid.
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