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Journal of Refractive Surgery, ISSN 1081-597X, 10/2011, Volume 27, Issue 10, pp. 745 - 751
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Contact Lens and Anterior Eye, ISSN 1367-0484, 2005, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp. 57 - 66
Distortions of the cornea associated with keratoconus are the manifestations of increased level, compared to normal, of higher order aberrations. It is highly... 
Normal control | Suspected keratoconus | Wavefront aberration | Zernike analysis | Diagnosed keratoconus | Diagnosis, Differential | Reproducibility of Results | Corneal Topography - methods | Keratoconus - diagnosis | Humans | Sensitivity and Specificity | Adult | Female | Male | Cornea - pathology | Keratoconus | Detectors | Index Medicus
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 02/2015, Volume 63, Issue 2, pp. 157 - 161
Background: Keratoconus is a contraindication for photorefractive keratectomy (PRK). In the recent decade, some efforts have been made to perform PRK in... 
photorefractive keratectomy | Ectasia | keratoconus | PHOTOASTIGMATIC REFRACTIVE KERATECTOMY | COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING | ASTIGMATISM | LINE | PRK | OPHTHALMOLOGY | FOLLOW-UP | SUSPECTED KERATOCONUS | FORME-FRUSTE | Cornea - surgery | Prospective Studies | Follow-Up Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Treatment Outcome | Visual Acuity | Corneal Topography | Lasers, Excimer - therapeutic use | Time Factors | Keratoconus - surgery | Adult | Female | Photorefractive Keratectomy - methods | Cornea - pathology | Keratoconus - pathology | Refraction, Ocular - physiology | Medical research | Care and treatment | Age factors in disease | Keratoconus | Patient outcomes | Medicine, Experimental | Research | Photorefractive keratectomy | Studies | Contact lenses | Surgery | Collagen | Myopia | Age | Astigmatism | Index Medicus | Original | hemangioma | seller | malignancy | uveal melanoma | glaucoma | choroid | intra-arterial chemotherapy | Achromatic perimetry | vitreous seeds | retinoblastoma | enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography | Astrocytic hamartoma | retinal vasoproliferative tumor | sunglasses | iris | periocular chemotherapy | konio | melanoma | monosomy 3 | melanocytosis | retinal capillary hemangioma | eye | Chemotherapy | intravitreal chemotherapy | gene expression profiling | nevus | Ciliary body | treatment | parvo | optical coherence tomography | hemangioblastoma | uvea | metastases | choroidal hemangioma | metastasis | retina | intravenous chemotherapy | lymphoma | Subtenon′s chemotherapy | Autoflouroscence | chromatic perimetry | prognosis | osteoma | ultraviolet radiation | Permit | tumor | enhanced depth imaging | magno | Cavernous hemangioma | diabetes
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Seminars in Ophthalmology, ISSN 0882-0538, 7/2012, Volume 27, Issue 3-4, pp. 52 - 55
Purpose: We describe a case of early onset keratectasia after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) in a patient with Vertical D topographic pattern in one eye and... 
PRK | Suspected keratoconus | Keratectasia | Vertical D topographic pattern | ECTASIA | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PATIENT | IN-SITU-KERATOMILEUSIS | Corneal Diseases - etiology | Humans | Age of Onset | Photorefractive Keratectomy - adverse effects | Adult | Female | Corneal Diseases - pathology | Postoperative Complications | Corneal Topography | Index Medicus
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