Francesco Bandello, MD, demonstrates how OCT-A depicts unique pathologic features of lacquer cracks secondary to pathologic myopia. Based on topographic correspondence visible only with OCT-A, he speculates that perforating vessels may be consequential for choroidal neovascularization.
Case Report • OCT-Angiography • Pathologic myopia • Research Applications
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