Sophia I Panagopoulou

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PURPOSE Of all transforms of an eye, aberrations are significant when higher visual acuity is to be achieved. Ray tracing aberrometry developed by the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (Kiev) and first tested at the Vardinoyannion Eye Institute of Crete is a promising technique for eye refraction aberration and refraction mapping. METHODS The technique(More)
A thirty-nine year old man was referred to our institute due to progressive decreased visual acuity five years after bilateral Laser in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK). Topography revealed signs of post - LASIK ectasia. Patients' left eye was treated with simultaneous Topography Guided Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) followed by Corneal Collagen Cross Linking(More)
Purpose. To present a case of cataract surgery performed in a patient with a refractive corneal inlay in place. Methods. A 48-year-old female patient presented to our institute with bilateral cataract. The patient had undergone refractive corneal inlay implantation three years ago in her right, nondominant eye for presbyopia correction. Biometry and(More)
PURPOSE In refractive surgery, measuring the total ocular profile of refraction gives more vital information than measuring the cornea alone. We report the first clinical experiments with spatially resolved refractometry using ray tracking principles. Tracey technology was developed in Ukraine by the Institute of Biomedical Engineering in cooperation with(More)
PURPOSE Our purpose was to evaluate the long-term visual outcomes after bilateral implantation of Crystalens(®) HD (Bausch and Lomb, Inc.) accommodative intraocular lenses. METHODS In this study, 25 patients (50 eyes) who underwent cataract surgery and bilateral Crystalens HD accommodative intraocular lens implantation were included. The Crystalens HD(More)
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