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Title

Validation of the Estimation of Corneal Aberrations From Videokeratography in Keratoconus

AuthorsBarbero, Sergio ; Marcos, Susana ; Merayo-Lloves, Jesús; Moreno Barriuso, Esther
KeywordsHuman eye
Corneal aberrations
Videokeratography
Keratoconus
Issue DateMay-2002
PublisherInternational Society of Refractive Surgery
Slack Incorporated
CitationJournal of Refractive Surgery 18(3): 263-270 (2002)
Abstract[Purpose] To validate the estimation of corneal aberrations from videokeratography against a laser ray tracing technique that measured total eye aberrations, in eyes without keratoconus (ie, cornea-dominated wave aberrations).
[Methods] We measured total and corneal wave aberrations of three eyes diagnosed with keratoconus by slit-lamp microscopy and corneal topography: two eyes from one patient with early keratoconus and one eye with more advanced keratoconus. Total aberrations were measured with laser ray tracing. Corneal aberrations were obtained from corneal elevation data measured with a corneal videokeratoscope using custom software that performs virtual ray tracing on the measured front corneal surface.
[Results] The keratoconus eyes showed a dramatic increase in aberrations (both corneal and total) particularly coma-like terms, which were 3.74 times higher on average than normal. Anterior corneal surface aberrations and total aberrations were similar in keratoconus. This similarity was greater for the early keratoconus patient, suggesting a possible implication of the posterior corneal surface in advanced keratoconus.
[Conclusions] The similarity found between corneal and total aberration patterns in keratoconus provided a cross-validation of both types of measurements (corneal topography and aberrometry). Both techniques were useful in diagnosing and quantifying optical degradation imposed by keratoconus.
Description8 pages, 5 figures.-- PMID: 12051382 [PubMed].
Publisher version (URL)http://www.journalofrefractivesurgery.com/showAbst.asp?thing=3052
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/8776
ISSN1081-597X
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