BioMed Research International / 2013 / Article / Fig 8

Clinical Study

High-Resolution En Face Images of Microcystic Macular Edema in Patients with Autosomal Dominant Optic Atrophy

Figure 8

The OCT, IR, and AO images of Patient 2-II-1. ((a) and (b)) SD-OCT images of the patient do not show microcystic macular edema clearly. The RNFL is very thin in this area. The scan lines to obtain these images are shown in (d). ((c) and (d)) IR images of the patient are shown. The IR image has a crescent shaped perimacular hyporeflectance region outlined in yellow dotted line. The green and orange lines indicate the scan lines to obtain SD-OCT images of (a) and (b), respectively. The orange scan line overlaps the region outlined in (f). (e) IR image superimposed on AO image is shown. (f) Montage of AO images of the patient outlined area in (d) is shown. A small number of the microcystic structures are observed in the image. (g) Magnified AO image outlined in orange in (e) is shown. The AO image has various size dark reflectance areas outlined by hyperreflective region as observed in Patient 1-II-1. Bars in (e) and (f) indicate 200 μm.

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