Fluorescein angiography to estimate normal peripheral retinal nonperfusion in children
Journal of AAPOS, 06/15/2012
Blair MP et al. – In children up to 13 years of age, the avascular retina normally extends 1.5 DD or less temporally and 1.0 DD or less nasally from the ora serrata. Conservatively, ≥2 DD of nonperfusion, 3 standard deviations more than normal, should be considered abnormal and a sign of peripheral nonperfusion. These data may serve as preliminary indicators of the range of normal when evaluating diseases with retinal vascular abnormalities in children.