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What Makes a Keratoconus Specialist?

If you have keratoconus (KC) or the related keratoglobus or pellucid marginal degeneration (PMD), you need to see a cornea specialist. This is an ophthalmologist or eye surgeon, who is not only a MD, but also did an extra 1 or 2 year Fellowship in Cornea (and maybe also Refractive...

CXL and epi-off?

Q: List, I am a member of the large keratoconus group on Facebook.  I dont really post much, but its interesting to read what patients with this condition are writing about.  Granted these are lay people, but often someone with a disease learns a lot about it. There is a...

After Lasek Treatment

Looking to get away and escape the urban bustle of New York City? Nowadays, you can find fantastic flight fares to almost everywhere in the world, especially if you travel light and limit your luggage.

EpiOn EpiOFF CrossLinking

Q: Is there any evidence that Riboflavin-soaked epithelium (or just plain old intact epithelium) blocks UV A to the stroma? Dr. P A: Why are so many people so averse to removing epithelium for CXL? Is this a religious prohibition or something?;) I remember assisting retina surgeons at Harvard/MEEI (including...


PRK vs LASEK The basic difference has to do with the method of epithelial removal. In order of less cellular trauma, less inflammation, less pain and risk of scarring, and a cleaner bed, these are the generally recognized categories: “Old-fashioned PRK” – mechanically removing the epithelium with a spatula or...

Bandage lenses for PRK or LASEK

Q: For many years I’ve been using the Alcon “AirOptix Night & Day” plano contact lens (base curve 8.4, diameter 13.8) as my go to bandage lens after PRK, but I’ve noticed that some of these fit a little tight and some a little loose. Enrique Corral suggested recently that...

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