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Glaucoma [46-yr old female]

6 September 2023
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
  • WF 133° magnified image of the macula
    Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figures A & B

WF 133° magnified image of the macula. The retinal nerve fiber layer is clearly visible, and the NFLD is visible. When magnified, the papillary shape, running blood vessels, and rim condition can be observed.

An image consisting only of blue wavelengths
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure C

An image consisting only of blue wavelengths. The retinal nerve fiber layer can be seen more clearly in images with monochromatic light.

Peripapillary nerve fiber layer analysis
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure D

Peripapillary nerve fiber layer analysis. Looking at the color map, it is clear that the thinning is consistent with the NFLD location on the “B” image.

The results of HFA 30-2 show a decrease in sensitivity in the region corresponding to the NFLD
The results of HFA 30-2 show a decrease in sensitivity in the region corresponding to the NFLD
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure E

The results of HFA 30-2 show a decrease in sensitivity in the region corresponding to the NFLD

Peripapillary nerve fiber layer analysis of both eyes

Glaucoma [46-yr old female]

Peripapillary nerve fiber layer analysis of both eyes
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.
Courtesy of Dr. Koji Yata, Director of Yata Eye Clinic, Gifu City, Japan.

Figure F

Peripapillary nerve fiber layer analysis of both eyes. The results here also confirm NFLD.


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