Irregular Cornea

Getting Astigmatism in Focus with Advanced Imaging

Four cases provide insight into diagnosing and managing patients with the latest options.

Pathologic Causes of Irregular AstigmatismC.E.

Thin is in—but not in the cornea. Here’s a rundown of non-inflammatory corneal thinning disorders that lead to irregular astigmatism.

Does CXL for Keratoconus Improve Contact Lens Success?

A review of the literature shows scant evidence for this effect.

Fitting the Irregular Cornea: Nuts and Bolts

Here's a beginner's guide to help get you started.

Highlights from ARVO 2019: Abstract Review

Get the scoop on new research that may change your approach to many aspects of anterior segment care.

Spread Too Thin

Patients with Terrien’s marginal degeneration should keep their safety glasses handy.

Trust the Process

Double-digit cylinder in a post-transplant eye can be daunting, but surgery can bring the number back down to earth and contact lenses can handle the rest.

Transplantation for Limbal Stem Cell DeficiencyC.E.

When severe disease calls for surgery, here’s how you can be prepared for the pre- and post-op care.

Keratoplasty: When and Why

Discover how long to monitor and treat symptoms before considering surgical interventions.

The Ins and Outs of Wavefront Aberrometry

Combining this technology with corneal topography and medical imaging can help optometrists successfully manage their specialty contact lens patients.