Irregular Astigmatism Management

Abstract

The term irregular astigmatism is often applied to a distorted corneal topography, whereby two major meridians may not even be easily identified; in simple terms, it can be defined as an “unrefractable” eye. As a consequence, visual function can be severely affected. Conventional treatments are often insufficient and/or unsatisfactory. Spectacles may lead… (More)

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