• In vivo OCT elastography showed ability to differentiate keratoconic from healthy corneas

    15 days ago - By Healio

    VILAMOURA, Portugal - In a study performed for the first time in vivo, high-resolution OCT elastography showed the potential to become an additional diagnostic and monitoring tool for keratoconus.
    At the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons winter meeting, Emilio Torres-Netto, MD, PhD, showed how the information provided by this novel technology differentiated keratoconic corneas from healthy corneas.
    “High-resolution OCT elastography uses OCT, a technology many of us have readily available in clinics. It allows for noninvasive evaluation of biomechanical changes
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