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1. What is keratoconus? 1.1 What causes keratoconus? 1.2 Classification of keratoconus 2. How to recognise keratoconus 2.1 How is keratoconus diagnosed? 2.2 Can you recover from keratoconus? 3. How is keratoconus treated? 3.1 Intrastromal ring implantation 3.2 Cross-linking treatment 1. What is keratoconus? Keratoconus is a degenerative disease characterised by the progressive thinning and...
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Keratoconus – Dr. Alberto Bellone KERATOCONUS TREATMENT: DO YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE? Keratoconus is a degenerative disease of the cornea. But it can be treated! In most cases, this potentially serious developmental disease can be converted into a minor and stable eye disorder. Without contact lenses or transplants. Also, if keratoconus is diagnosed early,...
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For corneal iontophoresis on humans, the current of 1 mA is completely harmless to the cornea and other sensitive structures of the eye. Experimental studies with application of riboflavin using iontophoresis have shown how this drug molecule penetrates animal corneas (in vivo) and human corneas (ex vivo). The medium-term results (12-18 months) available in the...
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Corneal iontophoresis consists of the transfer of ionically charged molecules into the tissues to be treated, by means of a low-intensity electric field. For corneal iontophoresis treatment, a pair of electrodes connected to a direct current generator is applied to the patient. Various drugs are hosted among these molecules. The transit speed of the ionic...
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