Corneal topography and computerized contact lens-fitting modules (English)

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In: International Contact Lens Clinic   ;  21 ,  9-10  ;  185-195  ;  1994
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AbstractContact lens fitting by videokeratoscopy or other corneal mapping techniques offers a number of advantages over traditional keratometry and fluorescein pattern interpretation. The ability of these instruments to quantitate midperipheral corneal topography allows a more accurate determination of the many bearing and clearance points of the contact lens. The major question facing practitioners is how to interpret the corneal maps into usable contact lens-fitting information. Also, once the maps have been translated, can the information be numerically described within the software of the instrument? The ideal contact lens-fitting module should follow a series of logical steps similar to the thought process the practitioners use to determine the optimum lens fit. We have identified two fundamental steps in the fitting process that form the cornerstone to any topographic fitting module; these are that (1) a bearing area should be present along the horizontal meridian approximately 3–4 mm from center, and (2) the lens should maintain unobstructed movement along the vertical meridian. The appropriate radii to achieve these fitting objectives can be systematically evaluated from the corneal map. The computer can then identify if the chosen base curve will permit the desired bearing and clearance points on the cornea.

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Computerized videokeratography: Just pretty pictures or a valuable clinical tool?
PhD Lowther, Gerald E. | 1994
161
FreshLook™ disposable contact lenses
OD FAAO Ghormley, N.Rex | 1994
161
Freshlook[TM] Disposable Contact Lenses
Ghormley, N. R. | 1994
163
Videokeratography in contact lens practice
MD Maeda, Naoyuki / PhD Klyce, Stephen D. | 1994
170
Clinical applications of corneal topography
OD, FAAO Lester, Stephen F. / OD, JD, FAAO Harris, Michael G. / OD Keller, Steven / OD Larsen, Dan | 1994
175
Corneal topography for residual astigmatism prediction in computer-assisted rigid contact lens fitting
OD, MS Szczotka, Loretta B. | 1994
180
Comparison of simulated K's as measured by computerized videokeratographers to keratometer measurements
OD, MSc Pole, John / OD, PhD Lowther, Gerald E. | 1994
180
Comparison of Simulated K's Measured by Computerized Videokeratographers to Keratometer Measurements
Pole, J. / Lowther, G. E. | 1994
185
Corneal topography and computerized contact lens-fitting modules
FAAO Caroline, Patrick J. / FCLSA André, Mark P. / FCLSA Norman, Craig W. | 1994
196
Same PMMA Contact Lenses Worn for over 30 Years
Calossi, A. / Casalboni, F. / Zanella, S. G. | 1994
196
Same PMMA contact lenses worn for over 30 years: A case report
Optom. Calossi, Antonio / Optom. Casalboni, Fabio / MD Zanella, Sante G. | 1994
199
Back-surface hydrogel bifocals: Part II. featuring the spectrum bifocal
OD, PhD Benjamin, William J. | 1994
202
Erratum
| 1994
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