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Toric intraocular lenses: Correcting astigmatism while controlling axis shift
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The efficacy of toric intraocular lenses implanted in the eyes of 47 patients who had preoperative against‐the‐rule astigmatism was evaluated, and best corrected visual acuity three months postoperatively was 20/25 or better in 77% of eyes. Expand
Effect of aging on corneal biomechanical parameters using the ocular response analyzer.
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Corneal biomechanical parameters are significantly decreased by aging without significant changes in central corneal thickness or IOP, suggesting that age-related structural changes resulting from collagen cross-linking may lead to a reduction of cornealsomechanical variables independent of central corNEal thicknessor IOP. Expand
Comparison of the Changes in Corneal Biomechanical Properties After Photorefractive Keratectomy and Laser In Situ Keratomileusis
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Both PRK and LASIK can affect the biomechanical strength of the cornea depending on the amount of myopic correction, and both are likely to be a less invasive surgical approach for the correction of myopia than PRK. Expand
Factors affecting corneal hysteresis in normal eyes
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Eyes with thinner CCT and eyes with higher IOP are more predisposed to have lower CH, and refractive surgeons should take not only CCT but also IOP into consideration before performing keratorefractive surgery. Expand
Visual performance after implantable collamer lens implantation and wavefront-guided laser in situ keratomileusis for high myopia.
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In the correction of high myopia, ICL implantation seems to be superior in visual performance to WFG-LASIK, suggesting that it may be a better surgical option for the treatment of such eyes. Expand
Early clinical outcomes of implantation of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens with a central hole (Hole ICL) for moderate to high myopia
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Implantation of a newly developed Hole ICL offered good results for all measures of safety, efficacy, predictability and stability for the correction of moderate to high myopic errors, suggesting its viability as a surgical option for the treatment of such eyes. Expand
Comparison of corneal power, corneal astigmatism, and axis location in normal eyes obtained from an autokeratometer and a corneal topographer
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Both devices provided excellent repeatability and comparability of corneal powers and corneAL astigmatism, suggesting they can be used interchangeably for measurement of theseCorneal variables in healthy eyes. Expand
Long‐term clinical outcomes of toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract cases with preexisting astigmatism
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Toric IOLs were effective in reducing preexisting corneal astigmatism and had overall good rotational stability and a large degree of IOL rotation might occur in eyes with a relatively long AL, especially during the early postoperative period. Expand
Repeatability, reproducibility, and agreement characteristics of rotating Scheimpflug photography and scanning‐slit corneal topography for corneal power measurement
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The results suggest that repeatability and reproducibility are higher in Scheimpflug photography than in scanning‐slit topography. Expand
Visual and refractive outcomes of femtosecond lenticule extraction and small-incision lenticule extraction for myopia.
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FLEx may be essentially equivalent to SMILE in terms of safety, efficacy, predictability, stability, and stability, suggesting that the presence or absence of lifting the flap does not significantly affect these visual and refractive outcomes. Expand
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