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Tiziano Ronchetti currently works at the Department Biomedical Engineering, University of Basel. Tiziano does research in Ophthalmology. Their current project is 'Optical coherence tomography angiography'.
Monitoring subtle choroidal thickness changes in the human eye delivers insight into the pathogenesis of various ocular diseases such as myopia and helps planning their treatment. However, a thorough evaluation of detection-performance is challenging as a ground truth for comparison is not available. Alternatively, an artificial ground truth can be...
Macular Telangiectasia Type 2 (MacTel2) is a disease of the retina leading to a gradual deterioration of central vision. At the onset of the disease a good visual acuity is present, which declines as the disease progresses to cause reading difficulties. In this paper, we present new insights on the vascular changes in MacTel2. We investigated wheth...
Recognizing significant temporal changes in the thickness of the choroid and retina at an early stage is a crucial factor in the prevention and treatment of ocular diseases such as myopia or glaucoma. Such changes are expected to be among the first indicators of pathological manifestations and are commonly dealt using segmentation-based approaches....
Detecting and monitoring changes in the human choroid play a crucial role in treating ocular diseases such as myopia. However, reliable segmentation of optical coherence tomography (OCT) images at the choroid-sclera interface (CSI) is notoriously difficult due to poor contrast, signal loss and OCT artefacts. In this paper we present blockwise regis...