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Comments and Conclusions • Case 2 demonstrates that 200 degrees of the fundus can be imaged without dilation in a single quarter of a second flash. • The last case reveals that retinal degenerations that are solely beyond the equator can be imaged in color and with FAF. • Myriad patterns of retinal degenerations
Case 6: Topcon 3D OCT Scan Images OS
Case 6: Topcon 3D OCT Scan Images OS Similar findings are revealed in the left eye.
RPE migration to the retinal vessels in the inner retina is revealed in this SD OCT section.
Case 6: Topcon 3D OCT Scan Images OD A horizontal SD OCT section through the fovea OD reveals a normal PIL under the fovea. However, the PIL appears to thin away from the fovea.
Case 6: Optomap® Fundus Auto Fluorescence Image OS