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Expanding the base of patients who may benefit from cross-linking and refining the procedure lead the way in a busy year of cornea research.
Patients with peripheral ulcerative keratitis need urgent attention—proper and timely intervention in many cases can save their lives.
An in-depth look at the two conditions common to many patients: allergic conjunctivitis and dry eye.
To treat keratoconus and post-LASIK ectasia, combining these procedures may provide better results than treating with either procedure alone.
One surgeon’s thought process for evaluating the patient and choosing the steps to restore a smooth cornea.
Corneal inlays, scleral implants, and excimer and femtosecond laser procedures show promise as future options for presbyopia correction.
Avoiding trauma to the corneal surface may lead to more stable procedures, say surgeons.
As surgeons anticipate the availability of this technology in the United States, those who have used it offer insights and advice.
No-stitch pterygium surgery raises the bar on ocular surface procedures.
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