Performance of imaging devices versus optic disc and fiber layer photography in a clinical practice guideline for glaucoma diagnosis
European Journal of Ophthalmology, 07/03/2012
Guerri N et al. – Central corneal thickness and large optic disc size are confounding factors in glaucoma diagnosis. Moorfields Regression Analysis and optical coherence tomography allow for objective implementation of the Finnish Evidence–Based Guideline for Open–Angle Glaucoma compared to conventional stereophotographic evaluation of the neuroretinal structures.