FDOCTFourier Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
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In the past few years, since the introduction of FDOCT, it has become possible to accurately visualize the outer retinal layers.
FDOCT, on the other hand, provides a more detailed image of vitreoretinal interface but limited to a relatively small area (Figure 7).
(1) no macular traction--presence of complete PVD (Weiss ring detected on ophthalmoscopy), or no PVD (no visible posterior hyaloid line on FDOCT), and no ERM;