OCTcases is a high-yield, free resource created for medical students, optometry students, residents, and eye care professionals to hone their skills in interpreting optical coherence tomography (OCT) scans.
A case-based format is used to highlight different pathology and to outline a systematic and organized approach in tackling each image and clinical vignette.
All cases presented on OCTcases
are from our own clinical
practice, and thus are reflective
of real patient scenarios.
Our diagrams are immersive and built for our users. Our images are labelled with accompanying descriptions and clinical pearls (hover to reveal)!
All questions are carefully crafted and high yield. Each question comes with labelled diagrams and detailed explanations.
Case of the month
A 50-year-old female was referred to a tertiary ophthalmology clinic for progressive blurred vision in both eyes.
Submit a case
You can submit a case online to our website. We select and publish cases based on quality of write-up and educational value for our readers.