1. Articles from Rahat Husain

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    1. Investigation of the variability of anterior chamber scan protocol with Cirrus high definition optical coherence tomography

      Investigation of the variability of anterior chamber scan protocol with Cirrus high definition optical coherence tomography

      Importance The evaluation of anterior chamber scan (ACS) of Cirrus optical coherence tomography (OCT) for routine clinical use Background To assess the variability of anterior chamber angle (ACA) measurements using the ACS Design Cross-sectional observational study Participants Forty subjects aged 40-80 years Methods One randomly selected eye from 40 subjects was imaged with Cirrus OCT (model 5000, Carl Zeiss Meditec, Dublin, CA) by two different operators (expert vs non-expert) with a 15-minute interval for inter- and intra-observer variability of image acquisition. For image grading, the angle opening distance (AOD750) and the trabecular iris space area (TISA750) of nasal and temporal ...

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    2. Evaluation of the Anterior Segment Angle-to-Angle Scan of Cirrus High-Definition Optical Coherence Tomography and Comparison With Gonioscopy and With the Visante OCT

      Evaluation of the Anterior Segment Angle-to-Angle Scan of Cirrus High-Definition Optical Coherence Tomography and Comparison With Gonioscopy and With the Visante OCT

      Purpose : To evaluate the diagnostic performance of the anterior segment angle-to-angle scan of the Cirrus high-definition optical coherence tomography (HD-OCT) in detecting eyes with closed angles. Methods : All subjects underwent dark-room gonioscopy by an ophthalmologist. A technician performed anterior segment imaging with Cirrus ( n = 202) and Visante OCT ( n = 85) under dark-room conditions. All eyes were categorized by two masked graders as per number of closed quadrants. Each quadrant of anterior chamber angle was categorized as a closed angle if posterior trabecular meshwork could not be seen on gonioscopy or if there was any irido-corneal contact anterior to scleral spur ...

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    3. Lamina Cribrosa Visibility using Optical Coherence Tomography: Comparison of Devices and Effects of Image Enhancement Techniques

      Lamina Cribrosa Visibility using Optical Coherence Tomography: Comparison of Devices and Effects of Image Enhancement Techniques

      Purpose: To compare the visibility of the lamina cribrosa (LC) in optic disc images acquired from 60 glaucoma and 60 control subjects using three optical coherence tomography (OCT) devices, with and without enhanced depth imaging (EDI) and adaptive compensation (AC). Methods: A horizontal B-scan was acquired through the centre of the disc using two spectral-domain (Spectralis and Cirrus; with and without EDI) and a swept-source (DRI) OCT. AC was applied post-acquisition to improve image quality. To assess LC visibility, four masked observers graded the 1,200 images in a randomised sequence. The anterior LC was graded from 0 to 4 ...

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    4. Swept-source optical coherence tomography assessment of iris-trabecular contact after phacoemulsification with or without goniosynechialysis in eyes with primary angle closure glaucoma

      Swept-source optical coherence tomography assessment of iris-trabecular contact after phacoemulsification with or without goniosynechialysis in eyes with primary angle closure glaucoma

      Aims To compare the change in iris–trabecular contact (ITC) area using swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT) in eyes with primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG) and cataract that underwent phacoemulsification (PE) with intraocular lens implantation alone compared with PE with goniosynechialysis (GSL). Methods One eye of 22 patients with PACG with peripheral anterior synechiae (PAS) detected by indentation gonioscopy was randomised into two groups (PE alone (n=11) and PE+GSL (n=11)). The anterior chamber angles were evaluated by SS-OCT under dark conditions before and 12 months after surgery using the three-dimensional angle analysis scan protocol that simultaneously obtains ...

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