1 July 1990 Eximer laser excision: corneal reliability
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Abstract
Excimer laser linear excisions are performed on both rabbit and human cadaver corneas by varying the excision direction and the laser pulse number. The shape , width and depth of the excisions as a function of these parameters are studied. Excisions parallel to the limb ( used for astigmatism correction ) appear to be much more reliable than radial excisions.
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Michel Gross, Michel Gross, Ahmet Maden, Ahmet Maden, Daniele S. Aron-Rosa, Daniele S. Aron-Rosa, Jean-Claude Timsit, Jean-Claude Timsit, } "Eximer laser excision: corneal reliability", Proc. SPIE 1207, Laser Safety, Eyesafe Laser Systems, and Laser Eye Protection, (1 July 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.17862; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.17862
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