1. Clinical features and visual function in a patient with Fish-eye disease: Quantitative measurements and optical coherence tomography

    Clinical features and visual function in a patient with Fish-eye disease: Quantitative measurements and optical coherence tomography

    Purpose We describe a case of fish-eye disease (FED) where the clinical features and visual function were investigated using anterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT) and quantitative measurements. Observations A 36-year-old Japanese woman with FED presented with bilateral corneal opacities and visual complaints. Both contrast sensitivity and straylight were measured and OCT imaging was performed. Contrast sensitivity and straylight measurements revealed remarkably decreased visual function, despite good visual acuity. OCT demonstrated homogenously hyper-reflective corneal opacification, and a normal total corneal thickness. Conclusions and Importance The findings from this case suggest that OCT is useful for analyzing the clinical features of ...

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