Clinical Study

Application of Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography in Pediatric Ophthalmology

Figure 1

Anterior segment OCT images of corneal changes in the pediatric population. (a) Increased stromal reflectivity (opacity) measured at 399 microns depth, residual stroma = 268 microns. Note a circular structure in the anterior chamber correspondent to a transverse section of a glaucoma drainage tube. (b) Self-sealing perforating corneal injury treated with adhesive (hyper-reflective image at the surface of the cornea with a bandage contact lens), underlying stromal thickness = 220 microns. (c) Pachymetric map in a keratoconus patient, thinnest area inferiorly colored in red (total corneal thickness inferiorly = 352 microns).