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CROSSLINKING ARTICLES FROM THE CLEI CENTER FOR KERATOCONUS

CROSSLINKING ARTICLES FROM THE CLEI CENTER FOR KERATOCONUS

  1. ONE YEAR RESULTS - CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA

    This presents the basic optical and vision results after crosslinking.

  2. COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING - ASSOCIATED CORNEAL HAZE

    This study looks at the healing course after corneal crosslinking and helps doctors understand what to look for at different timepoints in their CXL patients.

  3. CORNEAL TOPOGRAPHY INDICES AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA

    The specific optical changes of the cornea are investigated in this article. Generally, corneal optics improve after crosslinking.

  4. CORNEAL THICKNESS CHANGES AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA

    Corneal thickness changes after CXL are evaluated. The cornea tends to become thinner for 3 months after crosslinking and then thickens back to baseline.

  5. IN VIVO BIOMECHANICAL CHANGES AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEA ECTASIA: 1-YEAR ANALYSIS OF A RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED, CLINICAL TRIAL

    Using a new instrument to evaluate corneal biomechanics, changes in corneal strength after crosslinking are explored.

  6. HIGHER-ORDER ABERRATIONS AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA

    Using wavefront analysis, higher order aberrations (visual static) are quantified before and after crosslinking. In general, visual static improves after crosslinking.

  7. PATIENT SUBJECTIVE VISUAL FUNCTION AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS AND CORNEAL ECTASIA

    Keratoconus patients assess their visual symptoms before and after crosslinking. On average, patients notice improvement of a number of symptoms.

  8. TRANSEPITHELIAL CORNAEL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR KERATOCONUS: SIX-MONTH RESULTS

    To evaluate the safety and efficacy of corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL) using a transepithelial technique to treat keratoconus.