optomap® Recognizing Pathology
This material is designed as a searchable reference resource to support clinical decision-making. The information contained here should be used as general guidance when viewing optomap and OCT images from Optos devices. The differential diagnosis should be made under the direction of the responsible physician. These images were taken on the latest ultra-widefield optomap devices.
Acute Zonal Occult Outer Retinopathy (AZOOR)
Acute zonal occult outer retinopathy is a retinal disease first described by Gass in 1992; reporting on 13 cases that shared the following features: rapid loss of one or more large zones of outer retinal function, minimal fundus changes, electroretinographic abnormalities, and permanent visual field loss that was associated with delayed development of visible atrophic changes in the pigment epithelium.