This atlas presents an overview of Swept Source Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) and its implications on diagnostics of vitreous, retina and choroid. As the sensitivity of OCT imaging devices has increased, updated technologies have become available for engineers, scientists and medical specialists to adopt, and recent developments have led to the creation of a new generation of devices. The aim of this resource is to explain this new technology and its advantages over previous imaging devices and to illustrate how it may be used in to define eye diseases, aid in their treatment and facilitate treatment options.
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||8.27(w) x 10.98(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Jerzy Nawrocki, MD, PhD
Jasne Blonia Ophthalmic Clinic
Zofia Michalewska, MD, PHD
Table of Contents
Introduction to SS-OCT, OCT Equipment, Technique of Acquiring SS-OCT, Selection of Scan Protocols.- The normal retina and Choroid.- B-Scan En Face OCT.- Vitreomacular Interface Diseases.- Vitreomacular Adhesion.- Epiretinal Membrane.- Traction Syndrome.- Full-Thickness Macular Hole.- Non-Full Thickness Macular Hole.- Macula Edema.- Diabetic Macular Edema.- Cystoid Macular Edema.- Vascular Occlusion.- Dry AMD .- Wet AMD.- PED.- RPE RIP.- PCV.- CSCR.- Inflammatory Diseases.- Myopia.- Benign Tumor.- Malignant Tumor.- Rare Diseases.- SS-OCT in Glaucoma.- SS-OCT Angiography without Dye.- SS-OCT Angiography without dye in Age Related Macular Degeneration.- SS-OCT Angiography without dye in Vitreomacular interface diseases.