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  • Tip 1
    #1. The external limiting membrane (ELM) and ellipsoid zone (EZ)
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  • Tip 2
    #2. Retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) bumps
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  • Tip 3
    #3. How to predict vision from an OCT
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  • Tip 4
    #4. Brightness in the outer plexiform layer (OPL)
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  • Tip 5
    #5. A hyperreflective spot in the retina
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  • Tip 6
    #6. What is subretinal hyper-reflective material (SHRM)
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  • Tip 7
    #7. A bright deep band on OCT
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  • Tip 8
    #8. Don't just look at central macular thickness (CMT)!
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  • Tip 9
    #9. Large white mound under retina
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  • Tip 10
    #10. Where does fluid usually accumulate?
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  • Tip 11
    #11. Deep circular rims of hyperreflectivity
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  • Tip 12
    #12. Pigment epithelial detachment (PED) or a rip?
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  • Tip 13
    #13. Is hyperreflectivity in retina always abnormal?
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  • Tip 14
    #14. Fluid or normal?
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  • Tip 15
    #15. Thickened inner retina
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  • Tip 16
    #16. Don't assume that subretinal fluid (SRF) equals wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
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  • Tip 17
    #17. Numerous white spots in the retina
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  • Tip 18
    #18. Always look at the choroid in all patients with subretinal fluid (SRF)
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  • Tip 19
    #19. On every OCT look at the choriocapillaris
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  • Tip 20
    #20. Irregular pigment epithelial detachment (PED)
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  • Tip 21
    #21. A hyperreflective lesion in the superficial retina
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  • Tip 22
    #22. Cystic pigment epithelial detachment (PED)
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  • Tip 23
    #23. Hyperintense OCT material is not always exudate or hemorrhage
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  • Tip 24
    #24. Choroidal neovascular membrane (CNV) with a thin choroid
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  • Tip 25
    #25. SRF with PED
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  • Tip 26
    #26. Hyperreflective lesions in an overweight middle aged person
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  • Tip 27
    #27. A choroidal elevation
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  • Tip 28
    #28. Absence of retinal tissue in fovea
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  • Tip 29
    #29. Hyperreflectivity with posterior vitreous detachment (PVD)
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  • Tip 30
    #30. Dark intraretinal circles on OCT
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  • Tip 31
    #31. Central cysts in the retina
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  • Tip 32
    #32. Intraretinal cysts following cataract surgery
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  • Tip 33
    #33. Outer retinal cysts with crystals
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  • Tip 34
    #34. Hole in optic nerve
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  • Tip 35
    #35. A yellow lesion in the deep retina
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  • Tip 36
    #36. Lamellar bands below the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE)
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  • Tip 37
    #37. A pigmented lesion near the optic disc
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  • Tip 38
    #38. A series of hyperreflectivity lesions in superficial retina
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  • Tip 39
    #39. A flat foveal surface
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  • Tip 40
    #40. Bright donuts in inner retina
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  • Tip 41
    #41. Superficial hyperreflectivity with little deep retinal detail
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  • Tip 42
    #42. Hyperreflectivity in the vitreous
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  • Tip 43
    #43. Which eye in the OCT?
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  • Tip 44
    #44. Hyper-reflectivity on surface of retina
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  • Tip 45
    #45. Look at the choroid on each OCT that you interpret
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  • Tip 46
    #46. A bright line on the surface of the retina
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  • Tip 47
    #47. Thin central retina with yellow flecks
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  • Tip 48
    #48. Look at the choriocapillaris in choroidal elevations
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  • Tip 49
    #49. The 3rd Deep Line
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  • Tip 50
    #50. A pigment epithelial detachment (PED) with homogenous material
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