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Changes in corneal biomechanics and intraocular pressure following LASIK using static, dynamic, and noncontact tonometry.
Tear osmolarity in the diagnosis and management of dry eye disease.
An objective approach to dry eye disease severity.
- B. Sullivan, D. Whitmer, M. Lemp
- MedicineInvestigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 December 2010
Tear film osmolarity was found to be the single best marker of disease severity across normal, mild/moderate, and severe categories and supports the rationale for redefining severity on the basis of a continuum of clinical signs.
TFOS DEWS II iatrogenic report.
Optical performance of 3 intraocular lens designs in the presence of decentration
Visual performance of patients with bilateral vs combination Crystalens, ReZoom, and ReSTOR intraocular lens implants.
CD95 ligand (FasL)-induced apoptosis is necessary for corneal allograft survival.
- P. Stuart, T. Griffith, N. Usui, J. Pepose, X. Yu, T. Ferguson
- Medicine, BiologyThe Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 February 1997
It is demonstrated that FasL expression on the cornea is a major factor in corneal allograft survival and, thus, provides an explanation for one of the most successful tissue transplants performed in humans.
Biometry and intraocular lens power calculation
The article reviews recent studies and advances in the field of biometry and intraocular lens power calculations and finds several noncontact optical-based devices compare favorably, if not superiorly, to older ultrasonic biometric and keratometric techniques.
Postoperative changes in intraocular pressure and corneal biomechanical metrics: Laser in situ keratomileusis versus laser‐assisted subepithelial keratectomy