OSLI Retina

December 2016

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December 2016 · Vol. 47, No. 12 1139 Inclusion criteria required patients to have no ocular or systemic diseases. Fourteen patients (28 eyes) were eligible for inclusion. Visual acuity and fundus were examined, tonometry was checked, and photos were taken of the anterior segment; iris OCT and OCTA were done. The OCTA examination was done with the AngioVue system (Optovue, Fremont, CA). This instrument operates at an approximately 840 nm wavelength and at 70,000 A-scans per second to acquire OCTA volumes consisting of two repeated B-scans from 304 sequentially uniformly spaced locations. All scans were automatically processed by the internal software to reduce motion artifacts (ReVue V.2014.2.0.15). The examination was done in AngioRetina mode, but with the anterior segment optical adaptor lens and without autofocus, manually adjusting the X,Y, Figure 1. Figure shows 3 × 3 volume cubes optical coher- ence tomography angiography (OCTA) and OCT in normal iris: inferior temporal sector in left eye.

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