Collagen cross-linking: a new treatment paradigm in corneal disease - a review.

@article{Snibson2010CollagenCA,
  title={Collagen cross-linking: a new treatment paradigm in corneal disease - a review.},
  author={Grant R. Snibson},
  journal={Clinical & experimental ophthalmology},
  year={2010},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={141-53}
}
The last 2 years has seen a marked increase in the prominence of corneal collagen cross-linking as a treatment strategy for progressive keratoconus. This interest has arisen from a body of laboratory evidence documenting the biomechanical and cellular changes induced by cross-linking. The findings of this research provide a plausible rationale for its use in keratoconus to retard the progression of this common disease. The rapidly growing number of clinical reports suggests, not only a… CONTINUE READING

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