Recognition of Henle’s Fiber Layer on OCT Images

Monés et al made an important observation about how important is to recognize the normal anatomy of the Henle's fiber layer in the optical coherence tomography images (OCT). Spectral-domain (SD) OCT offers the possibility of evaluating retinal architecture at near-histologic levels of resolution. However, clinicians should be aware that optical variations induced by examination conditions might alter the reflectivity of the retinal layers. This consideration is particularly true when imaging the outer plexiform layer (OPL) within the central macula.

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