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Use of tomographic imaging can help detect keratoconus earlierTomographic imaging gives surgeons a fuller view of the eye, making it easier to detect early signs of keratoconus.
Managing repeat transplant failureWhen considering the Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis as the evidence-based procedure of choice for managing cornea graft failure, superior visual outcomes must be weighed against greater risk of sight-threatening complications.
Ten-year data promising in combined CXL approach for keratoconusClinicians evaluated the refractive, pachymetric, topometric, and visual rehabilitation changes with the Athens Protocol applied in patients with keratoconus. Joanna Kontari, MD, highlights some of the research findings and implications.
IRIS Registry shaping up to be extensive data sourceThe Intelligent Research in Sight (IRIS) Registry—a comprehensive eye disease registry developed by the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO)—has far surpassed early estimates for physician participation, according to William L. Rich III, MD, FACS.
Cosmetic eyeliner tattoo as risk factor for ocular surface diseaseOphthalmology Times is pleased to announce Igor I. Bussel, MD, MS, MHA, and Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD (faculty sponsor), of the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Pittsburgh/UPMC Eye Center, Pittsburgh, as the second-place winner of the 2017 Resident Writer’s Award Program, sponsored by Allergan. Their entry is featured here.
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