1. Fundamentals of OCT for Glaucoma
2. What Makes for a Good OCT for Glaucoma?
3. Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Analysis in Glaucoma
4. Optical Coherence Tomography Optic Disc Parameters for Glaucoma
5. Macular Parameters for Glaucoma
6. Anterior Segment OCT in Glaucoma
7. OCT Progression Analysis
8. Red and Green Disease in Glaucoma
9. Challenging Case Studies Using OCT
10. Emerging OCT Technologies for Glaucoma
Atlas of Optical Coherence Tomography for Glaucoma is a case-based atlas intended to teach the reader how to interpret the results of OCT in glaucoma patients and glaucoma suspects. After a brief description of how OCT is used in particular situations, chapters depict actual case presentations from authors’ practices with legends that describe the case and how OCT is used to make the diagnosis of glaucoma or glaucoma progression. Emphasis is placed on where OCT can lead the clinician astray by providing false positive or false negative results resulting in misdiagnosis. The intention of the format is to make it easily digestible in a weekend read and make the practitioner comfortable with OCT interpretation. Examples are presented from all of the available OCT manufacturers.
• Uses clinical cases to easily demonstrate key diagnostic criteria and imaging measures.-Provides necessary, often overlooked clinical advice with a focus on glaucoma diagnosis and progression
• Provides additional case examples of false positives, false negatives and glaucoma masqueraders.