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Cornea

Some CXL Techniques Lead to Less Corneal Haze

In the first six months, patients who had a particular procedure experienced more disturbances.
April 7, 2020

Amniotic Membrane A Vision Saver for SJS Patients

MGD and dry eye complications still prevalent in most long-term study patients.
April 6, 2020

Technology Can Improve Keratoconus Staging

Videokeratography can help better distinguish disease progression.
March 31, 2020

Be Vigilant for Corneal Changes in Down Syndrome

The posterior surface shows similar characteristics to those found in mild keratoconus.
March 17, 2020

Scheimpflug Imaging Helps Track FECD

Observers were able to subjectively—and consistently—interpret these maps of eyes with Fuchs’.
March 16, 2020

AI May Soon Predict The Need For Corneal Surgery

By examining OCT scans, technology is close to understanding who needs to return for additional keratoplasty.
March 13, 2020

Contact Lenses Disrupt Corneal Cells in Mild Dry Eye

Changes in corneal dendritic and sub-basal nerve cells may help guide therapy.
March 12, 2020

PROSE Scleral Device Beneficial For LSCD

CDVA improved even in cases of moderate severity.
March 11, 2020

Corneal Topography Aids Multifocal Centration

The manual procedures showed good inter- and intra-practitioner reliability.
March 4, 2020

Laser: A Graft-less Fuchs’ Treatment?

Post procedure, corneal endothelial cells had a clear path to the wound area.
February 20, 2020