Relationship between the Retinal Thickness Analyzer and the GDx VCC Scanning Laser Polarimeter, Stratus OCT Optical Coherence Tomograph, and Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopy

  • Ma K
  • Lee S
  • Hong S
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Purpose: To assess the relationship between the retinal thickness analyzer (RTA) parameters, and those of the GDx VCC scanning laser polarimeter (GDx VCC), Stratus OCT optical coherence tomography (Stratus OCT), and Heidelberg retinal tomograph II confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy (HRT II). Methods: Twenty-nine primary open-angle glaucoma patients were retrospectively included in this study. Measurements were obtained using the RTA, GDx VCC, Stratus OCT, and HRT II. We calculated the correlation coefficients between the parameters of RTA and those of the other studies. Results: Among the optic disc parameters of RTA, the cup volume was best correlated with Stratus OCT (R=0.780, p

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  • glaucoma
  • optical coherence tomography
  • retinal thickness analyzer
  • scanning laser polarimeter

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  • Kyoung Tak Ma

  • Sang Hyup Lee

  • Samin Hong

  • Kyoung Soo Park

  • Chan Yun Kim

  • Gong Je Seong

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