Optical coherence tomography angiography is a relatively new noninvasive technique that is changing our approach in the management of several retinal diseases such as neovascular age-related macular degeneration, occlusive retinal diseases, or diabetic retinopathy, but it could also be useful in nonprimary vascular retinal pathologies such as vitreoretinal interface surgical disorders. In idiopathic vitreoretinal interface disorders and surgical retinal diseases, the study of vascular involvement, not commonly assessed by invasive methods, could be useful to reveal specific vascular abnormalities. Such information may be useful for a more detailed phenotyping of each clinical picture before and after surgical treatment, providing potential new prognostic biomarkers. The review discusses the current and potential utility of optical coherence tomographyangiographytostudyvitreoretinal pathologies of surgical interest.

Oct-a in the management of vitreoretinal diseases and surgery / Bacherini D.; Mastropasqua R.; Borrelli E.; Capuano V.; Iovino C.; Dragotto F.; Caporossi T.; Rizzo S.; Giansanti F.. - In: ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY. - ISSN 0129-1653. - STAMPA. - 10:(2021), pp. 12-19. [10.1097/APO.0000000000000373]

Oct-a in the management of vitreoretinal diseases and surgery

Bacherini D.;Dragotto F.;Caporossi T.;Giansanti F.
2021

Abstract

Optical coherence tomography angiography is a relatively new noninvasive technique that is changing our approach in the management of several retinal diseases such as neovascular age-related macular degeneration, occlusive retinal diseases, or diabetic retinopathy, but it could also be useful in nonprimary vascular retinal pathologies such as vitreoretinal interface surgical disorders. In idiopathic vitreoretinal interface disorders and surgical retinal diseases, the study of vascular involvement, not commonly assessed by invasive methods, could be useful to reveal specific vascular abnormalities. Such information may be useful for a more detailed phenotyping of each clinical picture before and after surgical treatment, providing potential new prognostic biomarkers. The review discusses the current and potential utility of optical coherence tomographyangiographytostudyvitreoretinal pathologies of surgical interest.
2021
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Bacherini D.; Mastropasqua R.; Borrelli E.; Capuano V.; Iovino C.; Dragotto F.; Caporossi T.; Rizzo S.; Giansanti F.
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