NEW CXL STUDY RESULTS ARE PROMISING

Individualized corneal cross-linking, in which UV fluence is adapted to individual stromal thickness, may be an option for stabilizing keratoconus in patients with thin corneas, according to 1-year study results. “Two years ago, our group at the ELZA Eye Institute in Zurich published a nomogram for adapting UV intensity to individual corneal thickness. Rather than … Continue reading NEW CXL STUDY RESULTS ARE PROMISING

A STITCH JUST IN TIME…

Mark Wakefield‎ shares his recent keratoconus graft story. Is a full on replacement graft your only option when an aged graft starts to fail? Maybe not. I thought I would share my recent experience with you in case anyone else was facing the same issue. If you are then my treatment may be something you … Continue reading A STITCH JUST IN TIME…