Evaluation of the Change in the DA Ratio, IR and SSI as Parameters of Corneal Biomechanics Post Different LVC Procedures

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  • participants needed
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  • sponsor
    Cairo University
Updated on 4 October 2022
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Summary

In the study, The Investigators will compare the participates' corneal biomechanical properties including:

Deformation Amplitude ratio (Da Ratio) Integrated Radius (IR) Stress strain index (SSI)

All measurements will be taken before and after 3 months of LVC.

Description

Each Participant will undergo preoperative pentacam and corvis scan for his eyes and the 3 months post operative.

The participants are divided into 3 groups, one who underwent LASIK, one PRK and one Femto LASIK.

Collected data will before and after surgery will be compared in each arm and then the 3 arms will be compared together.

Details
Condition Corneal Biomechanics
Treatment CORVIS
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05377099
SponsorCairo University
Last Modified on4 October 2022

Eligibility

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Inclusion Criteria

• Age range 18 - 40 years
Normal eyes with normal tomographic indices
Patients with maximum mean refractive spherical equivalent (MRSE) of -7.00 diopters and with maximum astigmatism of -3.00 diopters

Exclusion Criteria

• Patients with any other coexisting corneal diseases
Keratoconus eyes
Eyes with previous refractive corneal surgery
Patients with increased intraocular pressure
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