1. Changes in conjunctival–scleral thickness after strabismus surgery measured with anterior segment optical coherence tomography

    Changes in conjunctival–scleral thickness after strabismus surgery measured with anterior segment optical coherence tomography

    Purpose To evaluate changes in conjunctival–scleral thickness following strabismus surgery with anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT). Study Design Prospective, observational, consecutive case series. Methods Distances between the conjunctival epithelium and inner scleral wall were measured with AS-OCT before and 3–5 months after strabismus surgery. The measurements were performed at 1.5 mm (limbus), 7.0 mm (insertion), and 8.0 mm (tendon) posterior to the scleral spur on the lateral rectus muscle (LR); and 1.5 mm (limbus), 4.0 mm (insertion), and 5.5 mm (tendon) posterior to the scleral spur on the medial rectus muscle ...

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