Finding your feet with corneal topography

28 October 2020
Autumn 2020

Léa Surugue discusses opening up new patient streams by switching to corneal topography.

Methods of mapping the surface of the cornea provide clinicians valuable diagnostic and contact lens fitting information. Corneal topographers have become more clinically friendly and widely used since the keratometer was invented in the 18th century. But their principle broadly remains the same: measuring the radius of curvature of the anterior corneal surface (COptom, 2020).

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