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    By Dr. Teresa Chen discusses the limitations of using OCT in the management of patients with glaucoma. It is important for clinicians to know that approximately half of all glaucoma OCT scans have artifacts, she explains. In the majority of scans, however, the artifacts are obvious. She presents her top 10 artifacts, which includes anterior misidentification of RNFL, poor signal, posterior RNFL misidentification, posterior vitreous detachement-associated errors and decentration. 
    Glaucoma Subspecialty Day 2017
    05:22
    Diagnostic & Imaging, Glaucoma

    Dr. Teresa Chen discusses the limitations of using OCT in managing glaucoma patients. It is important for clinicians to know that about half of all glaucoma OCT scans have artifacts, she explains. In the majority of scans, however, the artifacts are obvious. She presents her top-10 artifacts, which include anterior RNFL misidentification, poor signal, posterior RNFL misidentification, posterior vitreous detachment-associated errors, and decentration.