Assessing the severity of Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy by using Scheimpflug tomographyOctober 8th 2021
Investigators sought to develop a severity scale for tomographic edema in FECD based on Scheimpflug tomography maps, and to evaluate intra- and inter-observer variation for assessing severity.
Deep learning for detection of keratoconus and prediction of CXL efficacySeptember 24th 2021
A study sought to implement and test a trained deep learning algorithm using pre-operative corneal topography scans in order to classify between keratoconus and normal corneas, stage the disease, and predict whether a patient will be likely to benefit from CXL treatment.
Considering keratoconus-like changes after DMEK in Fuchs' dystrophySeptember 20th 2021
A retrospective review was performed to describe changes in corneal thickness and to identify the incidence of posterior corneal changes characteristic of keratoconus, following DMEK surgery. Here’s what investigators found.
Telemedicine, teleophthalmology programs in action at Johns HopkinsApril 17th 2019
Creative disruption of an existing model can be the path forward to a new technology, such as telehealth, a market that has grown rapidly since 2012, and is expected to continue to do so over the next several years.