corneal epithelial thickness patterns

Epithelial thickness mapping in the care of refractive surgery patientsCorneal epithelial thickness mapping may become an easy and objective tool in the diagnosis of biomechanically unstable corneas and perhaps a multitude of anterior segment disorders.
A potential new endpoint for understanding post-LASIK outcomesCorneal epithelial thickness has been found to remodel and change significantly after femto-LASIK, according to the findings of a prospective study conducted under the direction of A. John Kanellopoulos, MD, and colleagues.
Anterior segment OCT helps define variations in epithelial thickeningAnterior-segment optical coherence tomography was used to characterize changes in the corneal epithelial thickness patterns after myopic LASIK and PRK.