Journal of Ophthalmology / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Use of Fourier-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography to Evaluate Anterior Stromal Opacities in Donor Corneas

Table 1

Comparison of slit lamp and OCT findings in evaluating donor tissue for transplant suitability and depth of opacity as measured with FD-OCT.

Tissue numberCCT ( m)Slit lamp findingFD-OCT findingOpacity depth ( m)OCT impact tissue suitability?Tissue use

1669Anterior Stromal OpacityEpithelial82YesEndothelial keratoplasty
2623EpithelialAnterior Stromal Opacity278YesIntended for transplant but microkeratome cut failed—tissue disposed of
3705Radial KeratotomyRadial Keratotomy624NoDeclined due to medical history
4641Midstromal OpacityMidstromal Opacity397NoEndothelial keratoplasty
5623Anterior Stromal OpacityAnterior Stromal Opacity224NoEndothelial keratoplasty
6577Anterior Stromal OpacityAnterior Stromal Opacity212NoPoor endothelium—tissue disposed of
7595Anterior Stromal OpacityAnterior Stromal Opacity221NoTectonic grafting

CCT: central corneal thickness; FD-OCT: Fourier-domain optical coherence tomography.