En-Face(C-scan)OCT acquired simultaneously with paired confocal ophthalmoscopic images provides unprecedented point-to-point correlation between surface and subsurface anatomy of the retina. High resolution, image fragmentation, and inclusion of multiple depths within single slices make interpretation of images challenging. Recognizable patterns and corresponding longitudinal (B-scan) OCTs have insured its clinical usefulness.

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