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Identification and localization of multiple intrastromal foreign bodies with anterior segment optical coherence tomography and ocular Pentacam

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To report the clinical aspects and the imaging of a patient with intrastromal glass foreign bodies after a road traffic accident using both anterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT) and ocular Pentacam. A detailed case report was made of the use of anterior segment OCT (AS-OCT) and ocular Pentacam to evaluate intrastromal foreign bodies. AS-OCT and Pentacam were valuable non-invasive tools in identification, localization and monitoring patients with intrastromal foreign bodies. This report demonstrates that AS-OCT and ocular Pentacam are effective and necessary procedures for both the diagnosis and follow-up of intracorneal foreign bodies.

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The authors would like to thank Mr. Abdulrahman Al- Gaeed for assistance in OCT imaging.

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The authors have not received any grant support or research funding and do not have any proprietary interests in the materials described.

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Correspondence to Huda A. Al-Ghadeer.

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The case was registered with the institutional review board and approved by the ethics committee of the institution.

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Al-Ghadeer, H.A., Al-Assiri, A. Identification and localization of multiple intrastromal foreign bodies with anterior segment optical coherence tomography and ocular Pentacam. Int Ophthalmol 34, 355–358 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10792-013-9800-0

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