September 2016
Volume 57, Issue 12
Open Access
ARVO Annual Meeting Abstract  |   September 2016
Choroid Thickness Change detected by OCT in Myopia Children after Orthokeratology
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Yan Lian
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Yi Rong Wang
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Wen Juan Huang
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Xin Jie Mao
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Sheng Hai Huang
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Jun Jiang
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Meixiao Shen
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • WanQing Jin
    Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University , WenZhou, ZheJiang, China
  • Footnotes
    Commercial Relationships   Yan Lian, None; Yi Wang, None; Wen Huang, None; Xin Mao, None; Sheng Huang, None; Jun Jiang, None; Meixiao Shen, None; WanQing Jin, None
  • Footnotes
    Support   Eye Hospital of WenZhou Medical University Inovation Grant YNCX201402 to Yan Lian. ZheJiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation of China LY14H120007 to Jun Jiang.
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science September 2016, Vol.57, 2167. doi:
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      Yan Lian, Yi Rong Wang, Wen Juan Huang, Xin Jie Mao, Sheng Hai Huang, Jun Jiang, Meixiao Shen, WanQing Jin; Choroid Thickness Change detected by OCT in Myopia Children after Orthokeratology. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2016;57(12):2167.

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Abstract

Purpose : To investigate choroid thicknesses change after orthokeratology both at horizontal and vertical meridians with spectral domain optical coherence tomography. Analysis the correlation of choroid thickness change with refractive error and ocular biological parameters change.

Methods : Subjects with low or moderate myopia (–1 D to –6 D) were asked to wear orthokeratology lens for 3 months. Scans through the fovea both from horizontal and vertical meridians were acquired with Cirrus OCT. Around the fovea, the choroid equivalent to a 3.50 mm chord distance, were selected for data analysis. Choroid thicknesses (CT) were acquired by custom software. The analyzed regions were divided into 7 equal zones. Ocular biological parameters were detected by Lenstar during the period of study. Two-tailed Student’s t-test was used to evaluate CT at each zone before and after orthokeratology lens wear.

Results : Total 30 subjects were enrolled. The mean age of all subjects was 11.3±1.7 years old. The mean CT was 253.1 ± 38.6 µm in macular zone, 273.1 ± 31.8 µm in temporal zone and 194.8 ± 52.2 µm in nasal zone at baseline. After 3 months lens wear, the mean CT was 262.8 ± 44.3 µm in macular zone, 287.2 ± 40.1 µm in temporal zone and 203.2 ± 51.2 µm in nasal zone respectively. The mean CT was not significantly change in each zone of vertical meridian. (P>0.05) The mean CT was increased in each zone of horizontal meridian. (P<0.05) The CT thicken most in temporal zone up to 13.5 ± 22.5 µm. In nasal zone, the choroid thickness thicken about 8.4 ± 14.2 µm. The axial length increased 0.04 mm after 3 months lens wear, while the changes of axial length were not significantly (P>0.05). The negative correlations of the choroid thickness thicken with the axial length changes were found in the temporal and nasal zones. (r : -0.3~-0.4, P<0.05).

Conclusions : The thickest choroid was in the temporal and the thinnest in the nasal region at baseline. After otthokeratology lens wearing for 3 months, the choroid thicknesses increased in horizontal meridian but not in vertical meridian. Choroid thickness changes were negative related to the changes of axial length. This study hint that the choroid may play some role in myopia control during orthokeratology.

This is an abstract that was submitted for the 2016 ARVO Annual Meeting, held in Seattle, Wash., May 1-5, 2016.

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