Pearls from the EGS Guidelines
Publishing date: December 2020
Pearls Manager: Andrew Tatham
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) on its own does not provide a clinical diagnosis of glaucoma, just a statistical result based on comparison of the measured parameters with the corresponding reference database of healthy eyes. An interpretation of the result in the context of all clinical data is mandatory. Diagnosis of glaucoma based only on OCT exam should be avoided.
EGS Guidelines, 5th edition. Pages 28 and 78.