NOV 06, 2017
Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Diagnostic & Imaging
Anterior segment imaging traditionally has been performed with slit lamp and gonioscopy (spectral domain). This video series shows that SD-OCT makes it possible for cross-sectional and 3D imaging of the anterior segment, although the anterior chamber angle is not well visualized. It also features Swept Source (SS) OCT, which allows improved imaging depth and acquisition speed, enabling true 3D anterior segment imaging and viewing from multiple angles. Ultrasound biomicroscopy has advanced as well, and it is well suited to identification and tracking of retro-irideal pathologies.
Part 2 Imaging the Anterior Chamber Angle
Part 3 Imaging in the Decision to Perform Laser Peripheral Iridectomy
Part 4 Laser Peripheral Iridoplasty versus Lens Extraction: How Imaging Contributes to Decision Making
Part 5 Imaging for Plateau Iris Configuration and Syndrome
Part 6 Can Imaging Discriminate Between Benign and Malignant Ciliary Body Tumors?
Part 7 How to Follow Ciliary Body Masses