What role does intraoperative OCT play in today’s surgery and in the future?

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To the question “is intraoperative OCT necessary now or will it be necessary later,” my answer is definitely yes. We need OCT now because there is no better way of visualizing the vitreoretinal interface, of imaging an epiretinal membrane or the internal limiting membrane (ILM), and of exactly locating a macular hole and vitreomacular traction. It guides us through the delicate maneuvers associated with vitreoretinal procedures, such as membrane peeling and ILM peeling, including the identification of residual

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