Double-pass technique and compensation-comparison method in eyes with cataract. Martínez-Roda, J. A., Vilaseca, M., Ondategui, J. C., Almudí, L., Asaad, M., Mateos-Pena, L., Arjona, M., & Pujol, J. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 42(10):1461–1469, 2016.
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PURPOSE: To clinically assess the objective scatter index (OSI) obtained from double-pass images and the log(s) parameter measured with the direct compensation-comparison psychophysical technique in eyes with cataract. SETTING: Ophthalmology Service, Terrassa Hospital, Barcelona, Spain. DESIGN: Prospective observational case series. METHODS: The analysis comprised eyes diagnosed with nuclear, cortical, or posterior subcapsular cataracts and healthy eyes (control group). Patient examinations included assessment of the manifest subjective refraction, corrected distance visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and cataract grade using the Lens Opacities Classification System III (LOCS III) score. The protocol also included the straylight (log[s]) measured by the C-Quant device, measurement of the objective optical quality (Strehl ratio and modulation transfer function cutoff frequency), and the OSI (HD Analyzer). RESULTS: Significant correlations with LOCS III classification were found in terms of log(s) and OSI, although they were slightly stronger with OSI for all cataract types, which could be attributable to higher-order aberrations. The OSI and log(s) shared approximately 44% of the scattering estimation and to coincide on the visual function decline with scattering for the 3 cataract types evaluated. Limits to discriminate between healthy and cataractous eyes and sensitivity and specificity values were 1.15 (sensitivity 91%, specificity 100%) for log(s) and 1.18 (sensitivity 89%, specificity 100%) for OSI (P \textless .05). CONCLUSIONS: Both instruments provide complementary information to diagnose cataracts and follow patients. Although backscattered light from deeper retinal layers can have an effect on OSI, the double-pass image provides information to grade different types of cataract when assessing cataractous eyes for treatment. FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: None of the authors has a financial or proprietary interest in any material or method mentioned.
@article{martinez-roda_double-pass_2016,
	title = {Double-pass technique and compensation-comparison method in eyes with cataract},
	volume = {42},
	issn = {1873-4502},
	doi = {10.1016/j.jcrs.2016.08.015},
	abstract = {PURPOSE: To clinically assess the objective scatter index (OSI) obtained from double-pass images and the log(s) parameter measured with the direct compensation-comparison psychophysical technique in eyes with cataract.
SETTING: Ophthalmology Service, Terrassa Hospital, Barcelona, Spain.
DESIGN: Prospective observational case series.
METHODS: The analysis comprised eyes diagnosed with nuclear, cortical, or posterior subcapsular cataracts and healthy eyes (control group). Patient examinations included assessment of the manifest subjective refraction, corrected distance visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and cataract grade using the Lens Opacities Classification System III (LOCS III) score. The protocol also included the straylight (log[s]) measured by the C-Quant device, measurement of the objective optical quality (Strehl ratio and modulation transfer function cutoff frequency), and the OSI (HD Analyzer).
RESULTS: Significant correlations with LOCS III classification were found in terms of log(s) and OSI, although they were slightly stronger with OSI for all cataract types, which could be attributable to higher-order aberrations. The OSI and log(s) shared approximately 44\% of the scattering estimation and to coincide on the visual function decline with scattering for the 3 cataract types evaluated. Limits to discriminate between healthy and cataractous eyes and sensitivity and specificity values were 1.15 (sensitivity 91\%, specificity 100\%) for log(s) and 1.18 (sensitivity 89\%, specificity 100\%) for OSI (P {\textless} .05).
CONCLUSIONS: Both instruments provide complementary information to diagnose cataracts and follow patients. Although backscattered light from deeper retinal layers can have an effect on OSI, the double-pass image provides information to grade different types of cataract when assessing cataractous eyes for treatment.
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: None of the authors has a financial or proprietary interest in any material or method mentioned.},
	language = {ENG},
	number = {10},
	journal = {Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery},
	author = {Martínez-Roda, Juan A. and Vilaseca, Meritxell and Ondategui, Juan C. and Almudí, Lorena and Asaad, Moafak and Mateos-Pena, Lorena and Arjona, Montserrat and Pujol, Jaume},
	year = {2016},
	pmid = {27839601},
	pages = {1461--1469},
}
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