Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 7 pp 9433—9454

Longitudinal normative OCT retinal thickness data for wild-type mice, and characterization of changes in the 3×Tg-AD mice model of Alzheimer's disease

On the left (A), the illustration of the scanned area (with red border) with relation to the position of the optic disc, and division of the thickness maps into 3×3 blocks as addressed in section 2.5, over a TRT thickness map from a WT mouse at the age of one-month-old. A segmented OCT volume is shown on the right (B), where the various interfaces are presented in yellow.

Figure 1. On the left (A), the illustration of the scanned area (with red border) with relation to the position of the optic disc, and division of the thickness maps into 3×3 blocks as addressed in section 2.5, over a TRT thickness map from a WT mouse at the age of one-month-old. A segmented OCT volume is shown on the right (B), where the various interfaces are presented in yellow.