This book is written for retinal specialists and clinicians with a special interest in retinal diseases. It presents a collection of images and brief annotations of the microstructures of both the normal and diseased eye captured on swept source optical coherence tomography.
The swept-source OCT is a relatively new form of imaging and is able to capture structures and details which previous generations of OCT machines cannot. This type of imaging represents the forefront in ocular imaging. This second edition includes a new chapter on optic nerve conditions and more cases on eye conditions that were imaged with the SS-OCT. It also showcases the use of swept-source OCT for OCT angiography.