Anterior segment OCT assesses conjunctivochalasis progression with age

Anterior segment optical coherence tomography was effective in evaluating the prevalence and severity of conjunctivochalasis according to age, a study found.The prospective clinical trial included 60 eyes of 30 healthy subjects ranging in age from 24 to 75 years. Subjects were assigned to three subgroups of 10 subjects each: 20 to 39 years (first group), 40 to 59 years (second group) and 60 to 75 years (third group).

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