Use of optical coherence tomography in the detection and diagnosis of glaucoma

28 February 2020
Volume 21, Issue 1

This article outlines how optical coherence tomography (OCT) can be used to detect and diagnose glaucoma.

OCT is becoming increasingly available to optometrists as a valuable tool to detect and diagnose glaucoma. This article discusses the strengths and limitations of using OCT for glaucoma diagnosis, giving practical advice on how OCT can be employed by optometrists.

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