Choroidal Thickness in Normal Eyes Measured Using Cirrus HD Optical Coherence Tomography
American Journal of Ophthalmology, 07/16/2010
Manjunath V et al. – Choroidal thickness can be measured using SD–OCT high–definition raster scans in the majority of eyes. Choroidal thickness across the macula demonstrates a thin choroid nasally, thickest subfoveally, and again thinner temporally, and a trend toward decreasing choroidal thickness with age.