Intereye RNFL differences useful for predicting optic nerve lesion in multiple sclerosis

The optic nerve is a frequent site for involvement in multiple sclerosis (MS). Using OCT, the authors sought to determine optimal thresholds for intereye difference in peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) thickness that are most predictive of a unilateral optic nerve lesion.
Source: AAO

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