Case Reports

In the following section, experts present case reports regarding the biomechanical properties of the cornea. The cases illustrate how important biomechanical properties in the daily clinical practice already are: either for screening before refractive surgery, the assessment after corneal cross-linking or to ensure a highly accurate measurement of intraocular pressure.

  • Biomechanical Characterization of Subclinical Keratoconus Without Topographic or Tomographic Abnormalities

  • Corneal Ectasia After LASIK Despite Low Preoperative Risk: Tomographic and Biomechanical Findings in the Unoperated, Stable, Fellow Eye

  • Subclinical Keratoconus Detection in Identical Twins

  • Subclinical Keratoconus with Normal Tomography OD

  • Scheimpflug-based Tomography and Biomechanical Assessment in Pressure-induced Stromal Keratopathy

  • Mild Progression in Sub-Topographical Keratoconus

  • Dynamic Corneal Response After CXL Together With Topography-guided PRK

  • Refractive Candidate Due to Contact Lens Intolerance