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Figure 1. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

Schematic diagram of the 100 optical coherence tomography points taken within 2.5 seconds.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 2. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

Optical coherence tomography graph illustrating the mean peripapillary nerve fiber layer (NFL) thickness (±1.96*standard deviation) of all control eyes (open squares) compared to all eyes with inferotemporal NFL defects (filled circles). Note that the overall shapes of the two curves are similar. SD = standard deviation.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 3. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

Optical coherence tomography graph illustrating the mean standardized peripapillary nerve fiber layer (NFL) thickness (±2.33*standard deviation) of all control eyes (open squares) compared to all eyes with inferotemporal NFL defects (filled circles). Note that the mean standardized values at the optical coherence tomography points for the study eyes are almost the same as those for the control eyes, except for the inferotemporal region. SD = standard deviation.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 7. Case 11. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

A, stereoscopic optic nerve head photograph of the left eye in a subject with a localized arcuate nerve fiber layer (NFL) defect superotemporally (arrows). B, red-free NFL photograph shows the localized arcuate NFL defect superotemporally (arrows). Note that a blood vessel demarcates the focal NFL defect superiorly. C, Humphrey 24–2 visual field shows an inferior arcuate defect. D, circular optical coherence tomograph (OCT) shows focal thinning of the NFL (arrow). E, OCT graph shows thinning in the superotemporal NFL.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 8. Case 22. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

A, stereoscopic optic nerve head photograph of the left eye in a subject with a localized arcuate nerve fiber layer (NFL) defect inferotemporally (arrows). B, red-free NFL photograph shows the localized arcuate NFL defect inferotemporally (arrows). Note that blood vessels demarcate the focal NFL defect superiorly and inferiorly. C, Humphrey 24–2 visual field shows a paracentral defect. D, circular optical coherence tomograph (OCT) fails to show focal thinning of the NFL inferotemporally (arrow). E, OCT graph fails to show excess thinning in the inferotemporal NFL.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 6. Case 15. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

A, stereoscopic optic nerve head photograph of the right eye in a subject with a localized arcuate nerve fiber layer (NFL) defect inferotemporally (arrows). B, red-free NFL photograph shows the localized arcuate NFL defect inferotemporally (arrows). C, Humphrey 24–2 visual field shows a superior paracentral defect corresponding with the inferotemporal defect. D, circular optical coherence tomograph (OCT) shows significant thinning of the NFL, especially in the inferotemporal region. E, OCT graph shows focal thinning in the inferotemporal NFL.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 5. Case 17. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

A, stereoscopic optic nerve head photograph of the right eye with moderate cupping of the optic disc and a localized arcuate nerve fiber layer (NFL) defect inferotemporally. B, red-free NFL photograph shows the localized arcuate NFL defect inferotemporally (arrows). Note that a blood vessel demarcates the focal NFL defect inferiorly. C, Humphrey 24–2 visual field shows a superior cecocentral scotoma. D, circular optical coherence tomograph (OCT) shows significant thinning of the NFL, especially in the inferotemporal region. E, OCT graph shows focal thinning in the inferotemporal NFL.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.
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Figure 4. Control 18. From: Evaluation of Focal Defects of the Nerve Fiber Layer Using Optical Coherence Tomography.

A, stereoscopic optic nerve head photography of a control eye. B, red-free nerve fiber layer (NFL) photograph of the control eye. C, full Humphrey 24–2 visual field. D, circular optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan shows normal NFL thickness values in all four quadrants. E, OCT graph depicting 100 OCT points taken within 2.5 seconds. MD = mean deviation; CPSD = corrected pattern standard deviation.

Liselotte Pieroth, et al. Ophthalmology. ;106(3):570-579.

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