References S.J. Bass1, J. Sherman1,2, S. Nath2. 1Clinical Sciences, SUNY College of Optometry, New York, NY; 2Eye Institute and Laser Center, New York, NY. 335/D688 - Spectral Domain (SD)-OCT in "Amblyopia" Associated With Unilateral High Myopia and Myelinated Retinal Nerve Fibers ARVO Poster 2010. Suggested Readings Kee C and Hwang JM. Visual prognosis of
Special Acknowledgments Jeremy Whitney Acknowledgments Sanjeev Nath Dan Epshtein Sherry Bass
Jerome Sherman, OD, FAAO Jerome Sherman, O.D., is perhaps optometry's most prolific writer, publishing over 650 clinical articles, research manuscripts, book chapters and two CDs. He is senior author of three books that were published in 2007, and has delivered over three thousand lectures both nationally and internationally. He has served as a
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Comments and Conclusions SD OCT in infants, toddlers and patients confined to wheel chairs is possible with the iVue when used as a hand held portable instrument. Integrity of the photoreceptors, both rods and cones, can be confirmed or denied based upon the appearance of the PIL. Similarly, integrity or lack thereof of the
Case 11: Optovue iVue OCT Image OS
Case 11: Optovue iVue OCT Image OS Ivue sections through a retinal-choroidal lesion, most likely due to toxoplasmosis.
Case 9: Optovue iVue OCT Image OD iVue section revealing a large PED, large and small cystoid spaces and a druse (or perhaps a small PED).
Case 9: Optovue iVue OCT Image OD iVue example of drusen which typically appear as dome shaped structures under the RPE. The larger the druse, the more likely the PIL is adversely affected and hence the more likely that vision is compromised. For additional cases see: Case #27 - Mac Degen in 2010
Case 8: Optovue iVue OCT Image OD In these two iVue sections, the posterior hyaloid is still attached to the internal limiting membrane at most sites.