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10 - 14 Sept. 2016, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

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The results of simultaneous corneal cross-linking on both eyes

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First Author: T. Churakov RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Co Author(s):    A. Titov   S. Nikulin                 

Abstract Details


to assess the results of corneal cross-linking performed with the use of Russian equipment simultaneously on both eyes to treat the progressive keratoconus


S. Fyodorov IR&TC “Eye Microsurgery”, St.Petersburg branch, Russian Federation


The study included 18 patients (36 eyes) with primary keratoconus stage I-II. Corneal cross-linking was performed by standard method (Zurich protocol), using Russian UV-devices and solution of riboflavin. In the main group corneal cross-linking was provided simultaneously on both eyes, in the control group - consistently


In the main and control groups there were no significant differences between the severity of corneal syndrome, rate of epithelialization, functional and refractive results and endothelial cells density (p>0.05)


Simultaneous on both eyes corneal cross-linking is effective method to treat keratoconus and significantly reduce the duration of the procedure

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