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Cornea

Epithelial Integrity Linked with Post-LASIK Success

A thickness greater than 60.5μm suggests the patient may have better visual outcomes.
August 5, 2020

IVCM May Help Differentiate Neuropathic Pain and DED

In addition to eye pain, microneuromas could serve as a diagnostic biomarker.
August 4, 2020

Not All Eye Rubbing is Equal

Fingertips, knuckles and nails—which exerts more force on the lids?
August 4, 2020

Peripheral CXL Helps Clear Neovascularization

The potential treatment may improve outcomes for high-risk keratoplasty patients.
July 24, 2020

Trab Bolsters Ocular Surface in More Ways than One

The procedure reduces pro-inflammatory mediators and eliminates irritation from topical drops.
July 24, 2020

CXL Risky for Bullous Keratopathy

Despite the short-term potential to reduce corneal thickness, the threat of recurrent epithelial defect remains.
July 23, 2020

Corneal Thickness Helps Predict Early-stage Keratoconus

A new diagnostic model correctly diagnosed cases 92% of the time.
July 17, 2020

Insulin May Stimulate Corneal Epithelium

The promising therapeutic agent could work on neurotrophic keratopathy and wound healing defects.
July 13, 2020

Fit Ortho-K Based on Astigmatism, Study Says

The measure correlates with peripheral elevation and provides a quick and accurate fit.
July 13, 2020

DM Detachment Not Always a Singular Event

A “pre-Descemet’s layer” may also detach simultaneously and become infiltrated with cells.
July 9, 2020