Tun, Tin A; Chua, Jacqueline; Shi, Yuan; Sidhartha, Elizabeth; Thakku, Sri Gowtham; Shei, William; Tan, Marcus Chiang Lee; Quah, Joanne Hui Min; Aung, Tin; Cheng, Ching-Yu
Association of iris surface features with iris parameters assessed by swept-source optical coherence tomography in Asian eyes
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  • British journal of ophthalmology, 2016-12, Vol.100 (12), p.1682-1685
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Background/aimsTo characterise the association of iris surface features (crypts, furrows and colour) with iris volume and curvature assessed by swept-source optical coherence tomography (SSOCT) in Asian eyes.MethodsIris crypts (by number and size) and furrows (by number and circumferential extent) were graded from iris photographs. Iris colour was measured by a customised algorithm written on MATLAB (MathWorks, Natick, Massachusetts, USA). The iris was imaged by SSOCT (SS-1000, CASIA, Tomey, Nagoya, Japan). The associations of surface features with iris parameters were analysed using a generalised estimating equation.ResultsA total of 1704 subjects (3297 eyes) were included in the analysis. The majority was Chinese (86.4%), and 63.2% were females, and their mean age (±SD) was 61.4±6.6 years. After adjusting for age, sex, ethnicity, pupil size and corneal arcus, higher iris crypt grade was independently associated with smaller iris volume (β=−0.54, p<0.001), whereas darker irides and higher iris furrow grade were associated with larger iris volume (β=−0.041, p<0.001) and (β=0.233, p<0.001), respectively. Lighter coloured irides with more crypts and/or more furrows were also associated with less convexity (crypts: β=−0.003, p=0.03; furrows: β=−0.004, p=0.007; and colour: β=−0.001, p=0.005).ConclusionsIris surface features were highly correlated with iris volume and curvature. Irides with more crypts have a smaller volume; and darker irides with more furrows have a larger volume. Lighter irides with more crypts and/or furrows have less convexity.

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