Cynthia Roberts, PhD, moderates this roundtable discussion with Renato Ambrósio Jr, MD, PhD; David Kang, MD; and Riccardo Vinciguerra, MD, to highlight the Corvis ST (OCULUS) and the importance of biomechanical assessment in clinical practice. The physicians each explain how they use this device in their practice and how it helps them treat patients.
References: 1. Vinciguerra R et al.: “Detection of Keratoconus With a New Biomechanical Index.” Journal of Refractive Surgery 32 (12) (2016): 803-810.Click here to read
2. ”Biomechanical Characterization of Subclinical Keratoconus Without Topographic or Tomographic Abnormalities.” J Refract Surg. 2017 Jun 1;33(6): 399-407.Click here to read
3. Ambrosio et al.: “Integration of Scheimpflug-Based Corneal Tomography and Biomechanical Assessments for Enhancing Ectasia Detection. J Refract Surg. 2017 Jul 1;33(7):434-443.Click here to read
4. Vinciguerra R et al. In Vivo Early Corneal Biomechanical Changes After Corneal Cross-linking in Patients With Progressive Keratoconus. J Refract Surg. 2017 Dec 1;33(12):840-846.Click here to read
5. Lee H, Roberts CJ, Ambrósio R Jr, Elsheikh A, Kang DSY, Kim TI. Effect of accelerated corneal crosslinking combined with transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy on dynamic corneal response parameters and biomechanically corrected intraocular pressure measured with a dynamic Scheimpflug analyzer in healthy myopic patients. J Cataract Refract Surg. 2017 Jul;43(7):937-945.Click here to read