Correction of Ocular Shape in Retinal Optical Coherence Tomography and Effect on Current Clinical Measures – Corrected Proof

Purpose: To address the misrepresentation of the eye in retinal optical coherence tomography (OCT) images and to examine the effect of this misrepresentation on retinal thickness measurements.Design: Prospective case series.Methods: Five subjects with recent orbital magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and normal eye examinations were consented from the clinics of the Duke Eye Center. Each subject had both eyes imaged using a retinal spectral-domain OCT system and ocular biometry measured. Two types of individualized optical models of the subject eyes—numerical and analytical—were used to determine the spatial paths of the OCT A-scans. These paths were used to reorient the A-scans (Read more...)

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