Practical Handbook of OCT
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive cross-sectional imaging technique for biological systems. OCT uses low-coherence interferometry to produce a two-dimensional image of optical scattering from internal tissue microstructures in a way that is analogous to ultrasonic pulse-echo imaging. Beginning with practical guidance on obtaining clear OCT images, this handbook presents a logical method for the analysis and interpretation of these images to ensure accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment plans. Written by two recognised experts in Italy, this manual features more than 300 images, illustrations and tables, and covers a wide range of ocular conditions including glaucoma and retinal, choroidal and neurologic disorders.