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Clamps
Clamps, Examination/Operating Table
Clamps, Surgical, Eye, Eyelid
Clamps, Surgical, Eye, Orbital Muscle
Cleaning Solutions, Contact Lens
Clips, Implantable, Eye, Iris
Clips, Implantable, Eye, Wound
Compresses/Packs, Cold
Compresses/Packs, Cold, Chemical
Compresses/Packs, Cold, Gel
Compresses/Packs, Cold/Hot
Compresses/Packs, Hot
Compresses/Packs, Hot, Chemical
Compresses/Packs, Hot, Gel
Contact Lens Cases
Contact Lens Inserters
Contact Lens Removers
Contact Lenses, Diagnostic, Intraocular Pressure
Contact Lenses, Therapeutic
Contact Lenses, Vision Corrective
Corneal Topography Systems
Corneas, Eye
Cryosurgical Units, Ophthalmic
Cryotherapy/Compression Units
Curettes, Surgical, Eye, Chalazion
Curettes, Surgical, Eye, Corneal
Data Processors, Ultrasonic Scanning
Depressors, Surgical, Sclera
Detectors
Detectors, Metallic Foreign Body, Magnetic

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Spectral domain ocular coherence tomography (SD-OCT) is rapidly becoming an incredibly necessary technology within optometry. And with good reason. Learn why from this six page Optometric Management report.
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The health of the cornea determines the final visual outcome for any surgical procedure performed within the eye. Due to this cornea surgery itself is of important focus for restoration of vision, luckily today there are more transplantation procedures than ever before. We will explore the developments made in corneal transplantation procedures in this article.
Optometric Management Diagnostic Instrument Buying Guide
Download this comprehensive buying guide for optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems. This report includes resources and specifications for Auto Refractors, Wavefront Aberrometers, Perimeters, Corneal Topographers, Corneal Biomechanics, Pachymeters and Binocular Indirects. An indispensable comparative resource.
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Over the last three decades, treatment of keratoconus and corneal ectatic disorders has greatly advanced. Researchers have learned how to properly manage the symptoms of keratoconus and post-LASIK ectasia as well as to slow progress of the disease through what is known as CXL or corneal collagen crosslinking. Read on to learn about the effectiveness of CXL, improvements to the procedure, and who is an ideal candidate.
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