An interrater reliability study of a new 'zonal' classification for reporting the location of retinal haemorrhages in childhood for clinical, legal and research purposes.

@article{Fleck2010AnIR,
  title={An interrater reliability study of a new 'zonal' classification for reporting the location of retinal haemorrhages in childhood for clinical, legal and research purposes.},
  author={Brian Fleck and Anamika Tandon and Patricia A. Jones and Alan O. Mulvihill and Robert Minns},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2010},
  volume={94 7},
  pages={886-90}
}
BACKGROUND/AIMS To develop and assess a zonal classification of the retina to facilitate description of the location of retinal haemorrhages in children. METHODS A novel zonal classification of the retina was devised based on the anatomical landmarks of the optic disc and vascular arcades, by reviewing a large number of wide field digital retinal images drawn from our database of children with accidental and non-accidental head injury and other encepthalopathies. Four expert examiners then… CONTINUE READING

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