Interocular Asymmetry of Foveal Thickness in Parkinson Disease

  title={Interocular Asymmetry of Foveal Thickness in Parkinson Disease},
  author={Eric M. Shrier and Christopher R. Adam and Brian Spund and Sofya Glazman and Ivan G Bodis-Wollner},
  booktitle={Journal of ophthalmology},
Purpose. To quantify interocular asymmetry (IA) of foveal thickness in Parkinson disease (PD) versus that of controls. Design. Prospective case-control series. Methods. In vivo assessment of foveal thickness of 46 eyes of 23 PD patients and 36 eyes of 18 control subjects was studied using spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT). Inner versus outer layer retinal segmentation and macular volumes were quantified using the manufacturer's software, while foveal thickness was measured… CONTINUE READING
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