I've reviewed the data....had to print it out as it was kinda small on the computer screen :)
There is only a slight "dip" in the thickness of your nerve fiber layer (NFL) in your left eye. Think of the NFL as the "cable" that takes the picture and sends it to your brain for processing.....damaged cable=damaged vision.
The picture of your optic nerve shows a normal cup to disk ratio with symmetrical disks. OCT results are sensitive to a number of variables and I would not be concerned about this one small statistical "red area" on one OCT scan.
When diagnosing glaucoma I look at a number of things: Optic nerve morphology, intraocular pressure, angle anatomy (where the fluid drains from the; this is evaluated with gonioscopy
), visual field testing, OCT data and clinical/family history.
I think your chances of having glaucoma based on these test results, all other things being unremarkable, is very low.
It is now safe to press that pretty green button ;o)
Let me know how else I can help. If you would like this answer in French, I can have my Aunt Melanie, who has been teaching 7,8&9th Grade Munchkins French for over 20 years, translate it for you (This is where you smile and,if needed, laugh a little)