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Author | Lisa Stewart, PhD

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The pathophysiology and pathomorphology of corneal ectasia: Part 4

Corneal cross-linking (CXL) is improving all the time, although all protocols retain the basic requirements for oxygen, riboflavin and UV light. Recent developments mean that CXL at the slit lamp is feasible, which will improve access to the procedure.

Corneal ectasia part 3: OCT epithelial thickness measurements allow monitoring of corneal changes

The epithelium adapts to compensate for changes in the cornea and these changes can be detected with high sensitivity, reducing both false positives and false negatives in the diagnosis of keratoconus.

The pathophysiology and pathomorphology of corneal ectasia: Multimodal imaging techniques yield vital screening and diagnostics data

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