1. Articles from Caroline C. W. Klaver

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    1. The European Eye Epidemiology spectral‐domain optical coherence tomography classification of macular diseases for epidemiological studies

      The European Eye Epidemiology spectral‐domain optical coherence tomography classification of macular diseases for epidemiological studies

      The E3 consortium thanks Cécile Delcourt, Jean‐François Korobelnik, Marie‐Bénédicte Rougier and Marie‐Noëlle Delyfer for organizing the meetings in Bordeaux in 2011, 2012 and 2013, Stefano Piermarocchi for organizing the meeting in Rome in 2014, Chris Hammond, Paul Foster and Tunde Peto for organizing the meeting in London in 2015. These workshops have received financial support from Carl Zeiss Meditec AG, Laboratoires Théa, Novartis and OOgroup. The sponsors had no role in the design or conduct of this research.Pr. Schmitz‐Valckenberg reports grants and personal fees from Allergan, Bayer, Genentech/Roche ...

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    2. Association of Retinal Neurodegeneration on Optical Coherence Tomography With Dementia: A Population-Based Study

      Association of Retinal Neurodegeneration on Optical Coherence Tomography With Dementia: A Population-Based Study

      Importance Retinal structures may serve as a biomarker for dementia, but longitudinal studies examining this link are lacking. Objective To investigate the association of inner retinal layer thickness with prevalent and incident dementia in a general population of Dutch adults. Design, Setting, and Participants From September 2007 to June 2012, participants from the prospective population-based Rotterdam Study who were 45 years and older and had gradable retinal optical coherence tomography images and at baseline were free from stroke, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinopathy, myopia, hyperopia, and optic disc pathology were included. They were followed up until January ...

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    3. Automated Segmentability Index for Layer Segmentation of Macular SD-OCT Image

      Automated Segmentability Index for Layer Segmentation of Macular SD-OCT Image

      Purpose : To automatically identify which spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) scans will provide reliable automated layer segmentations for more accurate layer thickness analyses in population studies. Methods : Six hundred ninety macular SD-OCT image volumes (6.0 × 6.0 × 2.3 mm 3 ) were obtained from one eyes of 690 subjects (74.6 ± 9.7 [mean ± SD] years, 37.8% of males) randomly selected from the population-based Rotterdam Study. The dataset consisted of 420 OCT volumes with successful automated retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) segmentations obtained from our previously reported graph-based segmentation method and 270 volumes with failed segmentations. To evaluate ...

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    4. Characterizing the Impact of Off-Axis Scan Acquisition on the Reproducibility of Total Retinal Thickness Measurements in SDOCT Volumes

      Characterizing the Impact of Off-Axis Scan Acquisition on the Reproducibility of Total Retinal Thickness Measurements in SDOCT Volumes

      Purpose : Off-axis acquisition of spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SDOCT) images has been shown to increase total retinal thickness (TRT) measurements. We analyzed the reproducibility of TRT measurements obtained using either the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) or Bruch's membrane as reference surfaces in off-axis scans intentionally acquired through multiple pupil positions. Methods : Five volumetric SDOCT scans of the macula were obtained from one eye of 25 normal subjects. One scan was acquired through a central pupil position, while subsequent scans were acquired through four peripheral pupil positions. The internal limiting membrane, the RPE, and Bruch's membrane were segmented ...

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    5. Validity of Automated Choroidal Segmentation in SS-OCT and SD-OCT

      Validity of Automated Choroidal Segmentation in SS-OCT and SD-OCT

      Purpose. To evaluate the validity of a novel fully automated three-dimensional (3D) method capable of segmenting the choroid from two different optical coherence tomography scanners: swept-source OCT (SS-OCT) and spectral-domain OCT (SD-OCT). Methods. One hundred eight subjects were imaged using SS-OCT and SD-OCT. A 3D method was used to segment the choroid and quantify the choroidal thickness along each A-scan. The segmented choroidal posterior boundary was evaluated by comparing to manual segmentation. Differences were assessed to test the agreement between segmentation results of the same subject. Choroidal thickness was defined as the Euclidian distance between Bruch's membrane and the ...

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    6. Optimizing the Information Yield of 3-D OCT in Glaucoma

      Optimizing the Information Yield of 3-D OCT in Glaucoma

      Purpose. To determine, first, which regions of 3-D optical coherence tomography (OCT) volumes can be segmented completely in the majority of subjects and, second, the relationship between analyzed area and thickness measurement test–retest variability. Methods. Three-dimensional OCT volumes (6 × 6 mm) centered around the fovea and optic nerve head (ONH) of 925 Rotterdam Study participants were analyzed; 44 participants were scanned twice. Volumes were segmented into 10 layers, and we determined the area where all layers could be identified in at least 95% (macula) or 90% (ONH) of subjects. Macular volumes were divided in 2 × 2, 4 × 4, 6 ...

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