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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 435 - 440
Pediatric keratoconus demonstrates several distinctive management issues in comparison with adult keratoconus with respect to under-diagnosis, poor compliance... 
pediatric keratoconus | Corneal collagen cross linking | keratoconus | corneal transplant | RIBOFLAVIN | EFFICACY | PENETRATING KERATOPLASTY | CHILDREN | EPITHELIUM | DISEASE | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PROGRESSIVE KERATOCONUS | SEVERITY | AGE | Corneal Stroma - metabolism | Photosensitizing Agents - therapeutic use | Keratoconus - drug therapy | Photochemotherapy - methods | Riboflavin - therapeutic use | Humans | Keratoconus - metabolism | Disease Progression | Collagen - metabolism | Ultraviolet Rays | Cross-Linking Reagents - therapeutic use | Keratoconus - diagnosis | Vision Disorders - rehabilitation | Adolescent | Child | Eye | Care and treatment | Usage | Demographic aspects | Keratoconus | Surgery | Practice | Research | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 441 - 444
The success of collagen cross-linking as a clinical modality to modify the clinical course in keratoconus seems to have fueled the search for alternative... 
Collagen cross-linking | fungus | acanth | riboflavin | microbial keratitis | COMBINED RIBOFLAVIN | INACTIVATION | IN-VITRO | THERAPY | ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY | A LIGHT | OPHTHALMOLOGY | ULTRAVIOLET | INFECTION | Corneal Stroma - metabolism | Photosensitizing Agents - therapeutic use | Keratitis - microbiology | Photochemotherapy - methods | Riboflavin - therapeutic use | Humans | Drug Resistance, Bacterial | Eye Infections, Bacterial - drug therapy | Collagen - metabolism | Eye Infections, Bacterial - microbiology | Ultraviolet Rays | Cross-Linking Reagents - therapeutic use | Keratitis - metabolism | Eye Infections, Bacterial - metabolism | Keratitis - drug therapy | Eye | Care and treatment | Usage | Keratoconus | Patient outcomes | Surgery | Practice | Research | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | Corneal collagen cross linking | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | rigid gas permeable | keratoconus | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 461 - 464
Acute corneal hydrops is a condition characterized by stromal edema due to leakage of aqueous through a tear in descemet membrane. The patient presents with... 
corneal edema | keratoconus | Acute corneal hydrops | KERATOPLASTY | MANAGEMENT | INJECTION | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PERFORATION | FEATURES | Acute Disease | Humans | Keratoconus - complications | Risk Factors | Corneal Edema - therapy | Corneal Edema - etiology | Corneal Edema - diagnosis | Descemet Membrane - pathology | Rupture, Spontaneous | Complications and side effects | Corneal diseases | Care and treatment | Diagnosis | Keratoconus | Risk factors | Pain | Ophthalmology | Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs | Antibiotics | Morbidity | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | Intrastromal corneal rings segments | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | intra corneal ring implants | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | Implantable collamer lens | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | treatment | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | toric implantable collamer lens | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | keratoconous | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 451 - 455
Keratoconus is a progressive corneal ectasia, which can be managed both by conservative measures like glasses or contact lenses in non-progressive cases or... 
treatment | Intrastromal corneal rings segments | keratoconus | KERATOPLASTY | INTACS IMPLANTATION | EFFICACY | OPHTHALMOLOGY | TERM-FOLLOW-UP | REFRACTIVE SURGERY | COMPLICATIONS | FEMTOSECOND LASER | Prosthesis Implantation | Humans | Prostheses and Implants | Male | Treatment Outcome | Polymethyl Methacrylate | Visual Acuity | Corneal Topography | Keratoconus - diagnosis | Keratoconus - surgery | Vision Disorders - rehabilitation | Corneal Stroma - surgery | Adult | Refraction, Ocular - physiology | Keratoconus - physiopathology | Eye | Care and treatment | Minimally invasive surgery | Usage | Keratoconus | Patient outcomes | Surgery | Methods | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 465 - 468
Advanced cases of keratoconus often require surgical intervention to restore corneal anatomy and improve eyesight. Penetrating keratoplasty (PK) although... 
penetrating keratoplasty | keratoconus | Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | lamellar keratoplasty | BIG-BUBBLE TECHNIQUE | OPHTHALMOLOGY | OUTCOMES | 10-YEAR PERIOD | Corneal Stroma - transplantation | Corneal Transplantation - methods | Keratoconus - surgery | Tomography, Optical Coherence | Vision Disorders - rehabilitation | Humans | Visual Acuity | Care and treatment | Cornea | Usage | Transplantation | Keratoconus | Health aspects | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | Intrastromal corneal rings segments | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | intra corneal ring implants | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | corneal edema | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | Implantable collamer lens | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | treatment | Deregulation | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Acute corneal hydrops | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | toric implantable collamer lens | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | keratoconous | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 445 - 450
Keratoconus is a progressive ectatic disorder of the cornea which often presents with fluctuating refraction and high irregular astigmatism. Correcting the... 
treatment | Keratoconus | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | IN-SITU KERATOMILEUSIS | EYES | MANAGEMENT | COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING | RETREATMENTS | PRK | PHOTOREFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY | EXCIMER-LASER | OPHTHALMOLOGY | IRREGULAR ASTIGMATISM | Lasers, Excimer - therapeutic use | Young Adult | Keratoconus - surgery | Humans | Surgery, Computer-Assisted | Adult | Male | Corneal Surgery, Laser - methods | Visual Acuity - physiology | Corneal Topography | Keratoconus - physiopathology | Care and treatment | Ablation (Surgery) | Usage | Health aspects | Topographical drawing | Studies | Ophthalmology | Lasers | Patients | Vitamin B | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | keratoconus | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 469 - 472
Purpose : To assess the efficacy and advantages of femtosecond laser enabled keratoplasty (FLEK) over conventional penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) in advanced... 
penetrating keratoplasty | Femtosecond enabled keratoplasty | keratoconus | SURGERY | SHAPED PENETRATING KERATOPLASTY | OPHTHALMOLOGY | OVERSIZE DONOR BUTTONS | WOUND CONFIGURATION | Lasers, Excimer - therapeutic use | Treatment Outcome | Corneal Surgery, Laser - methods | Keratoconus - surgery | Visual Acuity - physiology | Humans | Care and treatment | Usage | Cornea | Keratoconus | Patient outcomes | Transplantation | Laser therapy | Wound healing | Transplants & implants | Lasers | Patients | Surgery | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | Intrastromal corneal rings segments | toric soft contact lens | Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | intra corneal ring implants | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | corneal edema | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | Implantable collamer lens | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | treatment | Deregulation | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Acute corneal hydrops | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | toric implantable collamer lens | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | keratoconous | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography | lamellar keratoplasty
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 456 - 460
Keratoconus is a progressive non-inflammatory thinning of the cornea that induces myopia and irregular astigmatism and decreases the quality of vision due to... 
toric implantable collamer lens | intra corneal ring implants | Implantable collamer lens | keratoconous | RING SEGMENTS | HIGH MYOPIC ASTIGMATISM | EYES | PHAKIC INTRAOCULAR-LENS | COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING | INTACS | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Myopia - rehabilitation | Tomography, Optical Coherence | Humans | Myopia - etiology | Corneal Topography | Keratoconus - surgery | Keratoconus - complications | Astigmatism - etiology | Astigmatism - rehabilitation | Adult | Lens Implantation, Intraocular | Phakic Intraocular Lenses | Refraction, Ocular - physiology | Visual Acuity - physiology | Keratoconus - physiopathology | Care and treatment | Usage | Keratoconus | Health aspects | Intraocular lenses | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | long term results | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | topography-guided custom ablation treatment | Intrastromal corneal rings segments | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | acanth | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | corneal transplant | microbial keratitis | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | treatment | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | Cornea collagen cross linking | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | pediatric keratoconus | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | fungus | Corneal collagen cross linking | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | keratoconus | Collagen cross-linking | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 8/2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 430 - 432
In this brief review we will discuss the reasoning and evolution of our current use of combined very high-fluence collagen crosslinking and laser in situ... 
very high fluence collagen cross-linking | corneal ectosia | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | OPHTHALMOLOGY | TOPOGRAPHY-GUIDED PRK | KERATOCONUS | Keratomileusis, Laser In Situ - methods | Keratoconus - therapy | Corneal Stroma - metabolism | Photosensitizing Agents - therapeutic use | Keratoconus - drug therapy | Photochemotherapy - methods | Riboflavin - therapeutic use | Humans | Combined Modality Therapy | Keratoconus - metabolism | Collagen - metabolism | Ultraviolet Rays | Cross-Linking Reagents - therapeutic use | Keratoconus - surgery | Usage | Care and treatment | Research | Keratoconus | Laser in situ keratomileusis | Patient outcomes | Biomechanics | Lasers | Meetings | Collagen | Vitamin B | Myopia | Ophthalmology | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | imaging | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | keratoconus | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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Indian journal of ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2013, Volume 61, Issue 8, pp. 433 - 434
Corneal collagen cross-linking with riboflavin and UVA light (CXL) is the only method designed to arrest the progression of keratoconus. Visual improvement... 
long term results | Cornea collagen cross linking | keratoconus | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Corneal Stroma - metabolism | Photosensitizing Agents - therapeutic use | Keratoconus - drug therapy | Photochemotherapy - methods | Riboflavin - therapeutic use | Humans | Treatment Outcome | Keratoconus - metabolism | Corneal Topography | Collagen - metabolism | Ultraviolet Rays | Cross-Linking Reagents - therapeutic use | Visual Acuity - physiology | Eye | Care and treatment | Usage | Keratoconus | Patient outcomes | Surgery | Research | Studies | Ophthalmology | Symposium | radiant exposure | transepithelial collagen cross-linking | LASIK ectosia prophylaxis | Laser in situ keratomileusis surgery | Epidemiology | UV light | scleral lens | toric soft contact lens | vernal keratoconjunctivitis | ocular allergy | hypoosmolar riboflavin | genomic loci | Corneal cross-linking | SynergEyes | linkage mapping | very high fluence collagen cross-linking | imaging | Disease pathogenesis | molecular mechanisms | ectasia | placido disc based topography | corneal ectosia | crosslinking | piggy back contact lenses | whole exome-genome sequencing | gene expression | Deregulation | Cornea | corneal laser surgery | ultraviolet-A | optical coherence tomography | Collagen cross linking | Ectatic disease | mass spectroscopy | prevalence | scheimpflug imaging | Corneal collagen cross-linking | Corneal cross-linking techniques | modulus | riboflavin | rigid gas permeable | proteomics | Contact lens | Accelerated corneal cross linking | genetics and genomics | genetic heterogeneity | corneal ectasia | signaling pathways | genome-wide association study | new technologies | thin cornea | Corneal topography
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