Assessing Errors Inherent in OCT-Derived Macular Thickness Maps

@inproceedings{Odell2011AssessingEI,
  title={Assessing Errors Inherent in OCT-Derived Macular Thickness Maps},
  author={Daniel K. Odell and Adam M. Dubis and Jackson F. Lever and Kimberly E. Stepien and Joseph Carroll},
  booktitle={Journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2011}
}
SD-OCT has become an essential tool for evaluating macular pathology; however several aspects of data collection and analysis affect the accuracy of retinal thickness measurements. Here we evaluated sampling density, scan centering, and axial length compensation as factors affecting the accuracy of macular thickness maps. Forty-three patients with various retinal pathologies and 113 normal subjects were imaged using Cirrus HD-OCT. Reduced B-scan density was associated with increased… CONTINUE READING
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