[OCT Observations] Utilizing Full-Range Anterior Chamber Scans in the Management of Glaucoma
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has been used by clinicians for several years as an adjunct to gonioscopy. While OCT angle imaging has been helpful with angle evaluation, its main limitation lies in the inability to see limbus to limbus. It is difficult to accurately assess angle structure without being able to visualize full iris configuration. Fortunately, recent advances in OCT technology allow us to image the whole anterior chamber.