Journal of Ophthalmology / 2016 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Retro-Mode Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy Planning for Navigated Macular Laser Photocoagulation in Macular Edema

Figure 3

OCT- versus RM-SLO-guided treatment plan for macular laser photocoagulation. (a) OCT retinal thickness map fails to cover the entire zone of retinal edema (area, 9.33 mm2). (b) OCT map superimposed onto the baseline image. (c) The number of laser spots placed in OCT-guided treatment planning is 149. (d) The entire zone of retinal edema is identified on RM-SLO image (entire edema area, 14.51 mm2; white dashed line represents the edema zone boundary; white square represents a 5 mm × 5 mm zone involved into OCT retinal thickness map; the area of edema identified by RM-SLO within the 5 mm × 5 mm zone is 10.18 mm2). (e) RM-SLO image superimposed onto the baseline image. (f) The number of laser spots placed in RM-SLO-guided treatment planning is 219 (i.e., more than that in OCT-guided treatment planning).
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