OCT interpretation uncovered - glaucoma and beyond
OCT provides detailed information about the anatomical structure of the eye and an objective measurement of progressive change. The technology complements the subjective, qualitative eye examination with objective, quantitative results. This lecture will establish what a typical glaucoma eye looks like with OCT and how the patterns of damage might change as it progresses through the different stages of disease. The importance of anatomical or pathologic variances, which might cause a misinterpretation of OCT scans, will also be discussed.