Cornea

AI enhances customised myopic LASIK with ray tracing optimisation

Customised myopic LASIK using automated ray tracing optimisation has the potential to offer improved and more predictable outcomes, a study shows.

Corneal crosslinking outcomes appear to justify its use in paediatrics

Studies show that corneal crosslinking could be a beneficial treatment in paediatric patients with keratoconus.

Benefits of topography-guided treatments for irregular corneas

Topography-guided treatments for irregular corneas can improve patients’ best corrected visual acuity. The technique is easy to plan and perform, supported by software to do the calculations.

Cyclosporine options for dry eye relief have varying tolerabilities

March 10, 2021

Cyclosporine for dry eye disease appears to be efficacious at all levels and the choice of which formulation to use usually depends on tolerability and affordability. Tolerability hinges primarily on the vehicle, which varies among different products.

Multifocal lenses for presbyopia in eyes with previous corneal surgery

October 28, 2020

A multifocal corneo-scleral contact lens that can correct presbyopia in irregular corneas has undergone a small pilot study. Complete visual rehabilitation was achieved along with a high degree of patient satisfaction.