Corneal biomechanical properties after CXL from a new 2-D flap extensiometry method in press in #IOVS

IOVS advances publication of a new method to determine resolved corneal biomechanical properties with applications in cross-linking, by Kling, Haris and Marcos.  The method is based on 2-D flap extensiometry using a ray tracing technique and estimates elasticity modulus in virgin pig corneas, and in rabbits before and 1-month after cross-linking. The work is the result of a collaborative effort between the University of Crete and @VioBio_Lab

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Posted on July 2, 2012, in General. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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