1. Comparative optical coherence tomography study of differences in scleral shape between the superonasal and superotemporal quadrants

    Comparative optical coherence tomography study of differences in scleral shape between the superonasal and superotemporal quadrants

    Purpose To determine the differences in scleral shape between the superonasal and superotemporal quadrants, the sites of scleral flap creation in trabeculectomy, using anterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT). Methods Thirty-four right eyes of 34 enrolled subjects without ocular disease, with the exception of cataract or ametropia, were studied. Mean patient age was 63.2 ± 15.9 (standard deviation) years (range 28–84 years). The same examiner captured all images using anterior segment swept source OCT. The mean measurements were calculated from three images captured for each eye, 60° from the horizontal line passing through the pupillary center in the ...

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