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  • 22q11.2 microduplication syndrome and juvenile glaucoma. [Journal Article]
  • OGOphthalmic Genet 2018 Jun 14; :1-7
  • Di Matteo F, Bettin P, … Bandello F
  • CONCLUSIONS: 22q11.2 microduplication syndrome can be associated with juvenile glaucoma. Trabeculectomy may be complicated by persistent hypotony. Deep sclerectomy appears to be a better surgical option, although the presence of a thin sclera may result in conversion to trabeculectomy.
  • Biomechanical assessment of healthy and keratoconic corneas (with/without crosslinking) using dynamic ultrahigh-speed Scheimpflug technology and the relevance of the parameter (A1L-A2L). [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Ophthalmol 2018 Jun 05
  • Fuchsluger TA, Brettl S, … Franko Zeitz P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both A2V and A2L are viable parameters to discriminate healthy from keratoconic but also crosslinked from non-crosslinked keratoconic corneas. The difference of A1L-A2L could reliably discriminate crosslinked from non-crosslinked and healthy corneas. Follow-up examination in a small cohort allows distinction between crosslinked and untreated keratoconus in follow-up examinations. The difference of A1L-A2L could reliably discriminate crosslinked from non-crosslinked and healthy corneas. Measurements of corneal deformation using dynamic ultrahigh-speed Scheimpflug technology are reproducible and provide useful information about keratoconus assessment and biomechanics. Therefore, the Corvis ST seems to provide useful technology to monitor therapeutic success of crosslinking treatment.
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