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Episode 7: Comparison of Accuracy of Posterior Surface Corneal Imaging

In this episode of Eyetube Journal Club, moderator Christopher Starr, MD, is joined by D. Rex Hamilton, MD, director of the UCLA Laser Refractive Center, to discuss his recent studies with the Orbscan and Galilei topography systems. His study compared pre- and post-LASIK maximum posterior elevation measurements using two systems: dual rotating Scheimpflug camera and scanning slit beam tomography.

Dr. Hamilton concludes that the dual rotating Scheimpflug imaging system provides more accurate imaging of the posterior corneal surface than the scanning slit beam tomography system.

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