The extent of the suprachoroidal viscopexy can be appreciated in individual vertical swept-source optical coherence tomography B-scans that compose a 12 × 12 mm cube (1024 × 1024). The swept-source optical coherence tomography was performed at the temporal mid-periphery on postoperative day 1, following in-office suprachoroidal viscopexy.
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