Quality of OCT data affects analysis

SAN FRANCISCO — Before accepting optical coherence tomography imaging output as ready for interpretation, the quality of the data needs to be assessed by doing a quick and careful scan analysis, a speaker said here."Critically analyze the quality of data from imaging devices before interpreting the data," Vikas Chopra, MD, said in a presentation foreshadowing the pitfalls of OCT imaging at Glaucoma Day preceding the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting.

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