Parafoveal cone abnormalities and recovery on adaptive optic
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Posterior uveitis (PU) encompasses a heterogeneous group of disorders with a predominant site of intraocular inflammation located in the retina or choroid. Spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) and fundus autofluorescence (FAF) have allowed non-invasive in vivo imaging that is able to distinguish and localize abnormalities in the outer retina and RPE in many cases of posterior uveitis. Studies showing the utility of multi-modal imaging in posterior uveitis have been growing in number. Purpose of this article was to determine if adaptive optics (AO) flood illumination imaging can detect subclinical changes in 4 cases of posterior uveitis affecting the outer retina.

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