Near infrared, short wavelength autofluorescence predict retinal layer changes

Near infrared and short wavelength autoflourescence imaging can anticipate outer retinal layer alterations in OCT scans, a study found.The retrospective observational case study comprised 91 eyes of 86 patients with a history of resolved central serous chorioretinopathy (CSC) and abnormal fundus autofluorescence (AF) findings.A hyperfluorescent angiography window defect in the related area was found in all eyes with abnormal near-infrared AF.

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