Automated corneal topography: Computerized analysis of photokeratoscope images

@article{Busin2005AutomatedCT,
  title={Automated corneal topography: Computerized analysis of photokeratoscope images},
  author={Massimo Busin and Ingo Wilmanns and Manfred Spitznas},
  journal={Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology},
  year={2005},
  volume={227},
  pages={230-236}
}
The analysis of corneal topography has recently become popular, mainly as a consequence of the rapid development of refractive surgery techniques. To date, computer-assisted evaluation of photokeratoscope pictures has been the most popular method used to assess corneal topography. The processing system described previously by other authors requires hand-digitizing of the photokeratoscope pictures and therefore the constant presence of an operator for a considerable amount of time. We have… 
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