Management of Progressive Kcn with Ray-Tracing Optimized, Partial in Refraction-Amount, PRK Combined with CXL: Ray-Tracing Athens Protocol | ASCRS
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Film 75691: Management of Progressive Kcn with Ray-Tracing Optimized, Partial in Refraction-Amount, PRK Combined with CXL: Ray-Tracing Athens Protocol
July 2021
Meeting: 2021 ASCRS Annual Meeting
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Film ID: 75691
Presenting Author: A. John Kanellopoulos, MD, ABO
Category: Refractive/Cornea Surgery

Managing progressive keratoconus treated with modified Athens Protocol: CXL combined with a photorefractive surface ablation customized by artificial intelligence calculating low and high order aberrations via ray-tracing of 2000 rays to and from the eye, based on wavefront, Scheimpflug tomography and interferometry axial length data from a single diagnostic device.

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