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Evaluation of mild, moderate, and advanced keratoconus using ultrasound pachometry and the eyesys videokeratoscope (1998)
Journal Article
WATTERS, G. A., & Owens, H. (1998). Evaluation of mild, moderate, and advanced keratoconus using ultrasound pachometry and the eyesys videokeratoscope. Optometry and Vision Science, 75(9), 640-646. https://doi.org/10.1097/00006324-199809000-00018

Background. The absolute accuracy of videokeratoscope (VKS) mapping of keratoconus is still in question, with contact lens-induced corneal warpage and chalazion having been shown to resemble this condition closely. Corneal thinning is investigated as... Read More about Evaluation of mild, moderate, and advanced keratoconus using ultrasound pachometry and the eyesys videokeratoscope.

Age dependence of ocular biometric measurements under cycloplegia with tropicamide and cyclopentolate (1998)
Journal Article
Owens, H., Garner, L. F., Yap, M. K., Frith, M. J., & Kinnear, R. F. (1998). Age dependence of ocular biometric measurements under cycloplegia with tropicamide and cyclopentolate. Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 81(4), 159-162. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1444-0938.1998.tb06774.x

Background: Cyclopentolate continues to be the cycloplegic of choice for refracting young children, although many studies of ocular biometry promote the use of tropicamide. Methods: To clarify the role of drug type in biometric measurements, cyclople... Read More about Age dependence of ocular biometric measurements under cycloplegia with tropicamide and cyclopentolate.


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