1 Quantification and Mathematical Analysis of Photokeratoscopic Images.- 2 The Computerized Corneal Topographer (EH-270).- 3 Corneal Topography Using a Projected Grid.- 4 Normal Corneal Topography.- 5 Topography of Corneal Disease Processes.- 6 Classification of Corneal Topography with Videokeratography.- 7 Corneal Topography in the Diagnosis and Management of Keratoconus.- 8 Corneal Topography Following Traumatic Lacerations.- 9 Radial Keratotomy and Corneal Topography.- 10 The Corneascope-Comparator Method of Hard Contact Lens Fitting.- 11 Corneal Topography in Management of PK Astigmatism.- 12 The Corneal Modeling System.- 13 Photogrammetric Index Method (PIM) System of Astigmatism Analysis and Its Use in Surgery for Astigmatism.
Corneal Topography is designed to provide complete,
practical coverage of a new field for both the general
ophthalmologist and the subspecialist in the area of corneal
disease. The volume explores the history of corneal
topography and comprehensively demonstrates the usefulness
of all forms of current instrumentation in clinical and
ivestigative work striving toward improved surgical
intervention in the cornea
This is the first complete examination and review of a new field, corneal topography. It demystifies the often confusing information about current computer hardware and software and presents investigations pointing to improved surgical intervention in the cornea.