馃搱 Recent Scholarly Literature Across An Array of Publishing Indexes and Disciplines


[HTML] Binocular vision parameters and visual performance in bilateral keratoconus corrected with spectacles versus rigid gas-permeable contact lenses

LF Barba–Gallardo, LM Jaramillo-Trejos… - Journal of Optometry, 2024
Purpose To analyze binocular vision of individuals aged 18 to 35 years diagnosed
with keratoconus, utilizing spectacles and rigid gas-permeable (RGP) contact lenses.
Research was led by the Universidad Aut贸noma de Aguascalientes, M茅xico and …
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[PDF] Keratoconus characteristics and associations: A cross-sectional keratoconus study in western India (CKSWI)

Z Shah, D Purohit, P Danayak - Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, 2024
Purpose: To study the clinical and tomographic characteristics and associations of
keratoconus (KC) patients visiting a tertiary eye care hospital. Methods: This was a
cross-sectional, observational study that included 242 newly diagnosed clinical KC …
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Transepithelial Accelerated Crosslinking for Progressive Keratoconus: A Critical Analysis of Medium-Term Treatment Outcomes

R Vilares-Morgado, AM Ferreira, AM Cunha, R Moreira… - Clinical Ophthalmology, 2024
… Keratoconus treatment has improved significantly in recent years, with the
development of … , in patients with progressive keratoconus who underwent a
single treatment of TE-ACXL. … Retrospective, single-center, observational, cohort …
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[HTML] A current review on keratoconus

G Lahkar, G Paul - Journal of Ophthalmic Research and Practice, 2023
… Subclinical keratoconus is a term used to describe an eye having topographic
signs of keratoconus with normal corneal slit-lamp findings, … decreased in
keratoconus. It is a valuable tool to differentiate forme fruste keratoconus from …
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Assessment of Health Disparities and Barriers to Accessing Keratoconus and Crosslinking at a Tertiary Referral Center

L Angelo, A Gokul, H Wadhwa, CNJ McGhee, M Ziaei - Cornea, 2024
… Keratoconus is a progressive noninflammatory corneal ectasia, often diagnosed
during youth. This disease process causes the cornea to … and successful
treatment for preventing the progression of keratoconusKeratoconus typically …
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[HTML] Accelerated Corneal Cross-linking in Pediatric Patients with Progressive Keratoconus: 12-Month Follow-up Results

S Dervi艧o臒ullar谋, A Pelit - Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice, 2024
… In this study, case series of patients 18 years old or younger with progressive
keratoconus who underwent accelerated CXL were observed. All consecutive
patients underwent accelerated CXL with setting of 9 mW/cm 2 for 10-minute …
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[HTML] A Novel approach for Corneal Remodeling of Laser Asymmetric Keratectomy with Collagen Cross Linking in Patients with Keratoconus Suspect

JS Min, D Lee, SS Lee, PM Min - The Open Ophthalmology Journal, 2024
Background True Keratoconus Suspect (KCS) is an absolute contraindication to
LASIK or Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK) due to postoperative ectasia. Objective
To evaluate the effectiveness of laser asymmetric keratectomy with collagen cross-linking …
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[PDF] Comparative posterior corneal profile of keratoconus hydrops versus Haab's striae in congenital glaucoma

S Mandal, A Singh, S Sen, JS Titiyal, V Gupta, S Gupta - Indian Journal of Ophthalmology
Keratoconus eyes develop corneal decompensation more often compared to eyes
with primary congenital glaucoma (PCG) following Descemet's membrane (DM) tear.
This study was conducted to compare the posterior corneal morphology in areas …
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[PDF] Analysis of Scheimpflug Tomography Parameters for Detecting Subclinical Keratoconus in the Fellow Eyes of Patients with Unilateral Keratoconus in the Eastern …

A Al Somali, H Najmi, H Alsawadi, H Alsawadi… - Clinical Ophthalmology, 2024
… Normal fellow eyes in patients with unilateral keratoconus were found to exhibit
the mildest form of subclinical keratoconus. The … keratoconus and normal eyes,
implying the need for multimodal imaging techniques for the optimal early detection …
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Toward Keratoconus Diagnosis: Dataset Creation and AI Network Examination

P Ghorbani, MJ Ahmadi, SS Naseri, M Keshavarz… - 2023 11th RSI International …, 2023
… Diagnosing keratoconus (KC) is essential due to its effect on refractive surgeries
like LASIK … AI can significantly assist in the automatic and accurate diagnosis of
keratoconus. For this … This method facilitates an accurate diagnosis of …
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AI-Driven Keratoconus Detection: Integrating Medical Insights for Enhanced Diagnosis

M Keshavarz, MJ Ahmadi, SS Naseri, P Ghorbani… - 2023 11th RSI International …, 2023
… of keratoconus as a main ocular disorder is imperative for reducing the risk of
vision blurring and potential blindness. Additionally, keratoconus (… This study
introduces an image dataset acquired by the Pentacam device, which is commonly …
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[HTML] Lenticule addition keratoplasty for the treatment of keratoconus: A systematic review and critical considerations

Y Liu, Y He, Y Deng, L Wang - Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, 2024
… Keratoconus is a corneal disorder characterized by the progressive thinning and
bulging of … as conventional surgical methods for advanced keratoconus are
limited by relatively high rates … Keratoconus is a multifactorial disease …
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[PDF] A Comparison of Black and Non-Black Patients in the Presentation and Treatment of Keratoconus

M Christensen, J Kartchner, M Giegengack… - Clinical Ophthalmology, 2024
Purpose Patients with advanced keratoconus (KCN) are less likely to benefit from
corneal cross-linking and may require a partial or full thickness keratoplasty. This
study aimed to determine whether racial disparities exist in the clinical presentation …
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[HTML] Headache Attributed to Refractive Error: Improvement after Topography-Guided Photorefractive Keratectomy with Corneal Cross-Linking in Patients with Keratoconus

NTH Khoo, B Burgos-Blasco, A Antoniou, B Jenkins… - Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2024
… to refractive errors (HARE) in keratoconus. Methods: Patients diagnosed with
keratoconus undergoing TGPRK for refractive correction were … Conclusions:
Surgical correction of irregular astigmatism in patients with keratoconus can …
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[HTML] In vivo confocal microscopy evaluation of infiltrated immune cells in corneal stroma treated with cell therapy in advanced keratoconus

M El Zarif, K Abdul Jawad, JL Ali贸, N Makdissy… - Journal of Ophthalmic …, 2024
This study investigates immune cell (ICs) infiltration in advanced keratoconus
patients undergoing autologous adipose-derived adult stem cell (ADASC) therapy
with recellularized human donor corneal laminas (CL). A prospective clinical trial …
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[HTML] Mini review: human clinical studies of stem cell therapy in keratoconus

M Ahadi, S Ramin, A Abbasi, H Tahmouri, SB Hosseini - BMC ophthalmology, 2024
… , there are limited clinical studies in keratoconus. These studies showed
promising results of … In this article, we tried to review different aspects of
keratoconus stem cell therapy, including … of keratoconus, the goal of intrastromal …
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[HTML] Improving early detection of keratoconus by Non Contact Tonometry. A computational study and new biomarkers proposal

E Redaelli, M Nana, B Calvo, JFR Matas, G Luraghi… - Journal of the Mechanical …, 2024
… Keratoconus is a progressive ocular disorder affecting the corneal tissue, leading
to irregular astigmatism and decreased visual acuity. The architectural organization
of corneal tissue is altered in keratoconus, … and improve the diagnosis of …
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[HTML] … Changes of Cornea Volume Measured by Means of Anterior Segment-Optical Coherence Tomography in Patients with Stable and Progressive Keratoconus

S Vaccaro, C Vivarelli, AC Yu, N Pecora, G Lionetti… - Life, 2024
… Consecutive patients affected by keratoconus were evaluated by means of
anterior segment-optical coherence … keratoconus eyes have yet to be investigated,
we sought to evaluate, over time, these modifications in patients with both stable and …
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[HTML] Genetic variants in the FOXO1 and ZNF469 genes are associated with keratoconus in Sweden: a case-control study

W Wonneberger, B Sterner, U MacLean, M Claesson… - BMC Ophthalmology, 2024
Keratoconus (KC) is characterized by pathological thinning and bulging of the
cornea that may lead to visual impairment. The etiology of sporadic KC remains
enigmatic despite intensive research in recent decades. The purpose of this study …
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Keratoconus: Ocular surface considerations, from bench to bedside

F Doroodgar, S Niazi - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
Aims/Purpose: This comprehensive systematic narrative study is aimed to describe
the close interactions between the ocular surface and keratoconus with its vast
spectrum of diagnostic and treatment techniques, both basic and clinical. Methods …
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Is it really keratoconus‐topographic mimicry

A Wykrota, B Seitz, E Flockerzi - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
… keratoconus configuration, but in which objectifiable no keratoconus exists and
thus a so-called pseudo-keratoconus is present. … Conclusions: This case series
shows that different corneal pathologies can imitate a topographic keratoconus …
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Morphogeometric characterization in keratoconus according to the RETICS grading system

CPT Jaimes, E Megiddo, C Gomez, A Moya… - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
… Aims/Purpose: Keratoconus progression characterizes by corneal thinning
resulting in irregular astigmatism and visual impairment. In the … variables in
healthy corneas and keratoconus. RETICS grading system was used to characterize …
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Comparison of waveform‐derived ORA parameters in clinical keratoconus, subclinical keratoconus and healthy subjects

K Atay, O 脰zalp, E Atalay - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
Aims/Purpose: The aim of this study was to comparison of waveform‐derived Ocular
Response Analyser (ORA) parameters in clinical keratoconus (KC), subclinical
keratoconus (SKC) and healthy subjects. Methods: This retrospective comparative …
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Repeatability of ANTERION in subjects with keratoconus

MS Larraz, A Blasco‐Martinez - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
… Aims/Purpose: The aim of this study was to study the repeatability of ANTERION
in subjects diagnosed with keratoconus. Methods: The subjects selected had a
previous diagnosis of keratoconus. These subjects were divided into three groups …
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Big data enabled keratoconus care

JPO Li - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
… Keratoconus is a disorder affecting the cornea in which its normal round shape …
keratoconus getting worse. However there is limited reports of its long term safety in
large numbers and we reported one of the largest series in the world. We used data …
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Deep learning in early keratoconus/corneal ectasia

A Langenbucher - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
… Early detection of keratoconus in a screening environment is crucial as in this
stage several therapeutic options such as collagen … In this talk we focus on new
techniques of automatic identification of ectatic corneal diseases such as …
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The biomechanical e‐staging—In vivo assessment of corneal biomechanics in keratoconus

E Flockerzi, R Vinciguerra, MW Belin, P Vinciguerra… - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
Aims/Purpose: Keratoconus (KC) is biomechanically characterized by a decreased
resistance to deformation when compared to healthy corneas. The aim of this
presentation is to give an overview about the development and clinical application of …
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In‐vivo evaluation of corneal collagen fibrils pattern to detect Keratoconus

C Ancona, ML Passaro, M Airaldi, E Lipari, F Semeraro… - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
Aims/Purpose: The corneal stroma, is formed by fibrous connective tissue containing
collagen fibrils that are super‐organized in lamellae. In keratoconus (KC), intra‐lamellar
and inter‐lamellar disrupted organization causes a progressive thinning and corneal …
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Peripheral sterile corneal infiltrate after cross linking in keratoconus: A case report

R Ayad, D Ghizlane, R Chahir, L Ajdour - Acta Ophthalmologica, 2024
Aims/Purpose: The aim of our work is to describe the clinical aspect of sterile corneal
infiltrates after cross linking and to evaluate the risk factors involved in their
occurrence. Methods: We report the case of a young girl, followed for bilateral …
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[PDF] Influence of corneal diameter on the accuracy of corneal tomography in patients with forme fruste keratoconus or thin corneas

L Ding, L Niu, W Shi, X Zhou, Y Qian - Clinical and Experimental Optometry, 2024
… on the diagnostic accuracy of Pentacam tomographic indices in eyes with forme
fruste keratoconus (FFKC) and thin corneas. … of keratoconus suspicion. However,
owing to the ambiguity of the definition, there are no definitive criteria to help …
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[PDF] Keratoconus Treatment Using Femtosecond Laser–Assisted Innovative Intracorneal Ring–Supported Graft Surgery: A Pilot Investigation

K Jadidi, JL Ali贸, SA Mosavi, F Nejat, H Aghamolaei… - Journal of Refractive …, 2024
… keratoconus and its progression, there is still a need for ways to better reshape
the cornea, further improve visual acuity, and halt the progression of keratoconus. …
Moreover, ICR insertion can only be used for mild to moderate keratoconus, and is …
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[HTML] Analysis of Cytokine and Chemokine Level in Tear Film in Keratoconus Patients before and after Corneal Cross-Linking (CXL) Treatment

M Krok, E Wr贸blewska-Czajka, O 艁ach-Wojnarowicz… - International Journal of …, 2024
Keratoconus (KC) is a degenerative corneal disorder whose aetiology remains
unknown. The aim of our study was to analyse the expressions of cytokines and
chemokines in KC patients before and after specified time intervals after corneal …
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Tomographic characteristics of keratoconus in a sample of Yemeni patients Featured

MA Al-Ansi, NA Aldhaigi, HA Alakhlee
Background: Keratoconus is a non-inflammatory disorder that leads to visual
impairment. Early diagnosis and treatment save the vision of the patients. Aim: This
study aimed to identify tomographic characteristics of keratoconus in Yemeni patient …
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[HTML] Patterns in refractive error and treatment delay in keratoconus–An Australian study

S Bobba, A Wood, J Males, Y Kerdraon - Plos one, 2024
Keratoconus is the most common primary corneal ectasia and is associated with
significant morbidity. In its early stages, keratoconus is often … Early diagnosis of
keratoconus facilitates timely referral for treatments such as corneal collagen cross-linking …
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Accuracy of intraocular lens power formulas in eyes with keratoconus: Multi-center study in Japan

T Yokogawa, Y Mori, H Torii, S Goto, Y Hasegawa… - Graefe's Archive for Clinical …, 2024
… The MAE of the Barrett True-K for keratoconus, Kane keratoconus, and Kane
formulas … Keratoconus-specific formulas were more accurate than existing
formulas in Japanese eyes. The Barrett True-K formula for keratoconus had higher …
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[PDF] Balanced Activation of Nrf-2/ARE Mediates Sulforaphane's Protective Effect on Keratoconus in Cell Mechanical Microenvironment

R Liu, R Ma, X Yan - 2024
Keratoconus (KC) is a progressive degenerative disease that usually occurs
bilaterally and is characterized by corneal thinning and the apical protrusion of the
cornea. Oxidative stress is an indication of the accumulation of reactive oxygen …
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[PDF] Longitudinal Evaluation of Biomechanical Indices in Fellow Eyes of Patients With Keratoconus Classified as Having Very Asymmetric Ectasia With Normal Topography

B Kovalchuk, R Khoramnia, HS Son, J Meis, P Winkler… - Journal of Refractive …, 2024
… keratoconus registered in the keratoconus registry at the University Eye Clinic
Heidelberg between October 2020 and October 2022. A total of 513 patients with
keratoconus … unilateral keratoconus and fellow eyes with tomographically regular …
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M Khan, A Ageed - Cureus, 2024
Keratoconus (KC) incidence is on the increase. The advent of corneal-collagen cross-linking
(CXL) has revolutionized the management of KC. This systematic review looks at the
efficacy and complications of two novel treatments within CXL: Epithelial-On (Epi-On) …
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[PDF] Awareness of Keratoconus and Its Relationship With Eye Rubbing Among the Population of the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia

A AlSomali, D Almithn, A Alamer, A Al-Omair… - Cureus, 2024
… Aim: This study aims to assess the awareness level of keratoconus and its
relation to eye rubbing … keratoconus among participants in the Eastern Province of
Saudi Arabia, our research revealed a total of 101 (26%) participants had an overall …
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[HTML] Keratoconus cone location influences ocular biomechanical parameters measured by the Ocular Response Analyzer

PT Yuhas, MM Fortman, AM Mahmoud, CJ Roberts - Eye and Vision, 2024
Background Keratoconus is characterized by asymmetry in the biomechanical
properties of the cornea, with focal weakness in the area of cone formation. We
tested the hypothesis that centrally-measured biomechanical parameters differ …
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[HTML] Artificial intelligence as diagnostic modality for keratoconus: A systematic review and meta-analysis

A Afifah, F Syafira, PM Afladhanti, D Dharmawidiarini - Journal of Taibah University …, 2024
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been utilized to enhance diagnostic management and
guide treatment. The use of AI as a sophisticated diagnostic modality has not only
improved the feature of cornea evaluation in ocular imaging but also has unlocked …
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[HTML] Assessing progression limits in different grades of keratoconus from a novel perspective: precision of measurements of the corneal epithelium

R Ning, Y Wang, Z Xu, I Gustafsson, J Li, G Savini… - Eye and Vision, 2024
… repeatability of the measurements and the keratoconus disease severity, the
repeatability was assessed in patients with varying degrees of keratoconus [22, 23].
Here, we provided cut-off criteria for the assessment of progressive patients with …
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[HTML] Keratoconus overview: History, etiology, and diagnosis

A Morgenstern - 2023
… Keratoconus is a disease of the cornea that, if left untreated, can lead to loss of
vision, decrease in quality of life, and potentially blindness. As optometrists, we are
the gatekeepers of the management of keratoconus, … Patients who present with …
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[HTML] Comparative evaluation of methods for obtaining the stress-free geometry of keratoconus corneas with different levels of severity

C G贸mez, DP Pi帽ero, JL Ali贸, F Cavas - Computers in Biology and Medicine, 2023
… The patient-specific 3D geometric modelling used in this study for each
keratoconus severity grade was generated from a finite and discrete set of points
acquired by the Sirius tomograph vision algorithm (spatial point clouds …
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[HTML] Unilateral progressive keratoconus associated with ipsilateral craniofacial fibrous dysplasia treated with corneal cross-linking

AC Jiang, M Indaram - American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports, 2023
… In this report, we describe a case of unilateral keratoconus associated with
ipsilateral polyostotic fibrous dysplasia of the left frontal bone and orbital roof that
underwent successful stabilization of keratoconus progression after corneal …
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[PDF] Identification of Comparative Collagen Fibril Associated Changes in Normal and Keratoconus Corneas using Vibrational Optical Coherence Tomography and …

FH Silver, D Benedetto, T Deshmukh, NA Daher - Med Discover-ies, 2023
Vibrational Optical Coherence Tomography (VOCT) is a non-invasive technique that
uses infrared light and audible sound to characterize tissues noninvasively. We
have used VOCT in vivo to characterize the differences between control corneas …
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