Françoise Froussart-Maille

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INTRODUCTION The management of presbyopic patients is a medical, surgical and economic issue. We wondered which procedure, whether a Presbylasik technique called Regular Supracor or the intraocular surgery of clear lens replacement by a trifocal diffractive lens (presbyopic lens exchange [Prelex]), provided the best results (in visual acuity and(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the visualization and depth of the demarcation line with anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT) after iontophoresis-assisted transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL). METHODS This prospective, consecutive, single center, non-randomized clinical study involved 15 eyes of 12 patients with keratoconus who(More)
PURPOSE To analyze the refractive outcomes and satisfaction of presbyopic hyperopes treated with central presbyopicLASIK (presbyLASIK) with induced micro-monovision. METHODS This retrospective study included 74 eyes of 37 patients treated with central presbyLASIK with micro-monovision using the Technolas 217P excimer laser (Technolas Perfect Vision GmbH,(More)
A 47-year-old man developed a painful right red eye for 72 hours with a 20/25 decreased visual acuity. He had no medical history. Slit-lamp examination revealed a painful nodular scleritis at the equator of the globe in the infero-temporal quadrant. There was a moderate intraocular inflammation in the anterior segment. Fundus examination revealed a grade 1(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate efficacy and patient satisfaction of presbyopic hyperopes treated with centered PresbyLASIK (multifocality centered on near vision) by the SUPRACOR technique (Technolas Perfect Vision). MATERIALS AND METHODS This is a retrospective study carried out at Percy Army Teaching Hospital from September 2011 through September 2013. Fifty-nine(More)
We welcome the comments of O’Brart1 regarding our controversy articles ‘Is Accelerated cross-linking the way forward? Yes or No’.2,3 We agree that the presence of a demarcation line cannot be taken in isolation as a measure of treated versus untreated cornea; however, there is substantial microscopic, biomechanical and clinical evidence4–6 to support the(More)
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