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Morphological features in anterior scleral inflammation using swept-source optical coherence tomography with multiple B-scan averaging
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    Re:Comment on: Morphological features in anterior scleral inflammation using swept-source optical coherence tomography with multiple B-scan averaging

    Dear Editor:

    We thank Dr. Ebneter for his interest in our article.1 He pointed out that we included contralateral eyes of unilateral diseased eyes as control eyes and both eyes of bilateral affected eyes were included as diseased eyes. Accordingly, we performed additional analyses. We excluded contralateral eyes from control eyes and included only right eyes of bilateral affected eyes as diseased eyes. As a resul...

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    Comment on: Morphological features in anterior scleral inflammation using swept-source optical coherence tomography with multiple B-scan averaging.

    Dear Editor,

    I read with interest the article by Kuroda et al.[1] The authors explored new possibilities of anterior segment imaging using a posterior segment swept-source optical coherence tomography device without noteworthy modifications. Interestingly, it was possible to obtain high- resolution images of the conjunctiva, episclera, and the sclera near the limbus that seemingly allow unequivocal identificati...

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