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Spectral domain optical coherence tomography cross-sectional imaging of the macula has conventionally been resolved into four bands. However, some doubts were raised regarding authentication of the existence of these bands. Recently, a number of studies have suggested that the second band appeared to originate from the inner segment ellipsoids of the foveal cone photoreceptors, and therefore the previously called inner segment-outer segment junction is now referred to as inner segment ellipsoidband. Photoreceptor dysfunction may be a significant predictor of visual acuity in a spectrum of surgical and medical retinal diseases. This review aims to provide an overview and summarizes the role of the photoreceptor inner segment ellipsoid band in the management and prognostication of various vitreoretinal diseases.

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Sandeep Saxena, Khushboo Srivastav, Chui M Cheung, Joanne Yw Ng, Timothy Yy Lai. Photoreceptor inner segment ellipsoid band integrity on spectral domain optical coherence tomography. Clinical ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.). 2014;8:2507-22


PMID: 25525329

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