Absence of keratectasia after LASIK in eyes with preoperative central corneal thickness of 450 to 500 microns.

@article{Caster2007AbsenceOK,
  title={Absence of keratectasia after LASIK in eyes with preoperative central corneal thickness of 450 to 500 microns.},
  author={Andrew I Caster and David W Friess and Richard J Potvin},
  journal={Journal of refractive surgery},
  year={2007},
  volume={23 8},
  pages={782-8}
}
PURPOSE To determine whether preoperative central corneal thickness less than or equal to 500 microm is an independent risk factor for development of keratectasia following LASIK. METHODS Chart review was performed for 109 eyes with preoperative central corneal thickness of 452 to 500 microm in 69 patients who underwent LASIK between September 2000 and… CONTINUE READING