Common pathologies seen in a new light

Leigh Spielberg

Posted: Monday, April 1, 2019

OCT Angiography

OCT angiography (OCT-A) continues to draw the attention of retinal specialists, with its promise of a non-invasive, highly digitalised and differentiated version of the tried-and-true fluorescein angiography. OCT Angiography is a 180-page atlas-like text on the most commonly encountered retinal pathologies, as seen with OCTA.
Chapter 1 offers a basic introduction to OCT-A. Each of the following 23 chapters covers a single pathology: introduction, epidemiology and aetiology, symptoms and signs, differential diagnosis, diagnostics, therapy and, most crucially, extensive series of images, not only the OCT-A images but also fundus photography, “regular” OCT and any other relevant imaging modalities that are currently used in the management of these disorders.