Corneal iron ring associated with orthokeratology.

Abstract

Two teenaged girls had orthokeratology to correct myopia. The postoperative development of corneal iron rings in both eyes was disclosed by a biomicroscopic examination at 3 months in 1 patient and 5 months in the other. The location of the corneal iron rings coincided with the fitting curve of the reverse-geometry rigid contact lens, suggesting that the rings might have developed from tear pooling.

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@article{Liang2003CornealIR, title={Corneal iron ring associated with orthokeratology.}, author={Jy-Been Liang and Ping I Chou and Richard C . Wu and Yang Ming Lee}, journal={Journal of cataract and refractive surgery}, year={2003}, volume={29 3}, pages={624-6} }