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Choroidal thickness in childhood.
PURPOSE We examined choroidal thickness (ChT) and its spatial distribution across the posterior pole in pediatric subjects with normal ocular health and minimal refractive error. METHODS ChT wasExpand
Choroidal thickness in myopic and nonmyopic children assessed with enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography.
PURPOSE We examined choroidal thickness (ChT) and its topographic variation across the posterior pole in myopic and nonmyopic children. METHODS A total of 104 children aged 10 to 15 years (meanExpand
Automatic segmentation of choroidal thickness in optical coherence tomography.
TLDR
The assessment of choroidal thickness from optical coherence tomography images of the human choroid is an important clinical and research task, since it provides valuable information regarding the eye's normal anatomy and physiology, and changes associated with various eye diseases. Expand
MACULAR RETINAL LAYER THICKNESS IN CHILDHOOD
Purpose: To examine macular retinal thickness and retinal layer thickness with spectral domain optical coherence tomography in a population of children with normal ocular health and minimalExpand
Diurnal Variation of Retinal Thickness with Spectral Domain OCT
Purpose. To investigate whether diurnal variation occurs in retinal thickness measures derived from spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT). Methods. Twelve healthy adult subjects hadExpand
Longitudinal changes in choroidal thickness and eye growth in childhood.
PURPOSE To examine longitudinal changes in choroidal thickness and axial length in a population of children with a range of refractive errors. METHODS One hundred and one children (41 myopes and 60Expand
Assessment of corneal dynamics with high-speed swept source optical coherence tomography combined with an air puff system.
We present a novel method and instrument for in vivo imaging and measurement of the human corneal dynamics during an air puff. The instrument is based on high-speed swept source optical coherenceExpand
Predicting dry eye using noninvasive techniques of tear film surface assessment.
PURPOSE To measure tear film surface quality in healthy and dry eye subjects using three noninvasive techniques of tear film quality assessment and to establish the ability of these noninvasiveExpand
Lateral shearing interferometry, dynamic wavefront sensing, and high-speed videokeratoscopy for noninvasive assessment of tear film surface characteristics: a comparative study.
There are several noninvasive techniques for assessing the kinetics of tear film, but no comparative studies have been conducted to evaluate their efficacies. Our aim is to test and compareExpand
Anterior eye tissue morphology: Scleral and conjunctival thickness in children and young adults
The sclera and conjunctiva form part of the eye’s tough, protective outer coat, and play important roles in the eye’s mechanical protection and immune defence, as well as in determining the size andExpand
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