A “second generation” of Brillouin microscopy may help ophthalmologists screen patients for refractive surgery, select surgical technique and identify patients who need corneal cross-linking.
Standard Corneal Cross-Linking Is Superior to Cross-Linking Performed Under the Flap for Postoperative Ectasia
A study compares the standard cross-linking procedure with a newer modification for stabilizing corneal ectasia after LASIK.
Focusing on Corneal Ectatic Disease: An In-Depth Conversation with J. Bradley Randleman, MD
The arrival of J. Bradley Randleman, MD, at Cleveland Clinic’s Cole Eye Institute bolsters an already strong corneal research team. Dr. Randleman’s focus is the identification and management of corneal ectatic diseases, the therapeutic potential of corneal cross-linking, and new optical technology that could improve keratoconus diagnosis and treatment.
Treating Progressive Keratoconus: Going Beyond Disease Stabilization
A 24-year-old female with progressive keratoconus and decreasing vision achieves improved vision with combined transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy and corneal crosslinking procedure.
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