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Search Results 1-7 of 7 for Cornea
In this study, we will make simple measurements of the cornea and compare those to the function of the inside lining of the cornea with the hope that the simple measurements will predict function.
A Study of Daytime Changes in Corneas with Fuchs Dystrophy - Mayo Clinic Overview Tab Title Description Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical study.
Determine normal light scattering properties from the cornea.
Determine the role of lens clearance over the cornea in relation to corneal cellular changes more information --> More information Publications Publications are currently not available Study Results Summary Not yet available Suppleme...
The most commonly used method currently uses an instrument that measures the distance between two reflections off the corneas that are usually not at the pupil centers.
Patient-reported disability will be related to the optical properties of the cornea measured by non-contact imaging methods. more information --> More information Publications Publications are currently not available Study Results Su...
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