Biomechanical Effects of Femtosecond and Microkeratome-based Flap Creation: Prospective Contralateral Examination of Two Patients
A fiber-reinforced porohyperelastic swelling model for mechanical behavior of cornea: Application to prediction of keratoconus initiation
Biomechanical Comparison Of Contralateral Flap-Based And No-Flap Femtosecond Lenticule Extraction Procedures Using Inverse Finite Element Analysis
BAC-EDTA transepithelial riboflavin-UVA crosslinking has greater biomechanical stiffening effect than standard epithelium-off in rabbit corneas
Toric Topographically Customized Transepithelial, Pulsed, Very High-Fluence, Higher Energy and Higher Riboflavin Concentration Collagen Cross-Linking in Keratoconus
Comparison of biomechanical effects of small-incision lenticule extraction and laser in situ keratomileusis: Finite-element analysis.
Serial biomechanical comparison of edematous, normal, and collagen crosslinked human donor corneas using optical coherence elastography.
Earlier this week the Ohio Third Frontier Commission recommended more than $21 million in funding via the Innovation Platform Program. Bioscience-related collaborations accounted for more than $11 million of the investment.
I think it is important to begin by stipulating that no currently available tool for diagnosing keratoconus provides a complete view of the disease state.
Biological and Biomechanical Responses to Traditional Epithelium-Off and Transepithelial Riboflavin-UVA CXL Techniques in Rabbits
OptoQuest and partners at Cleveland Clinic receive a $3 million Ohio Third Frontier Innovation Platform commercialization award. Top ranked proposal by the National Academies
Cleveland Clinic was awarded approximately $3 million for its Ophthalmic Imaging Center project in collaboration with OptoQuest Corp., ImageIQ, Avedro, Bioptigen, and Peregrine Surgical.
Patient-specific computational modeling of keratoconus progression and differential responses to collagen cross-linking
To model keratoconus (KC) progression and investigate the differential responses of central and eccentric cones to standard and alternative collagen cross-linking (CXL) patterns.
Patient-specific modeling of corneal refractive surgery outcomes and inverse estimation of elastic property changes
Effects of altered corneal stiffness on native and postoperative LASIK corneal biomechanical behavior: A whole-eye finite element analysis
This modeling study demonstrated that differences in the corneoscleral stiffness relationship may be a source of individual variation in refractive surgery outcomes.