Volume 1 Issue 1 - 2020


Review article

The eyes are the mirror of not just the soul!

Maddalena Alessandra Wu1, Riccardo Colombo2 and Diego Liberati3*

Eyes are known as most rich in capillaries quite evident to inspection because of the relative transparency of the tissues to allow vision. Multiple methods are used to study retinal and choroidal blood flow, as tools to evaluate systemic diseases that affect the microvasculature

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Assessment of choroidal thickness in keratoconus patients using optical coherence tomography among adult Saudi patient

Fahmy RM1,2* (MD, PhD) and Fatimah AlGhamdi1 (OD)

Purpose: To investigate macular choroidal thickness in keratoconus patients and correlate it with keratoconus severity.

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Correlation between Central Corneal Thickness, Keratometric Readings, Axial Length and Anterior Chamber Depth in Normal Egyptian Eyes

Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny, M.D.1, Mostafa Elhelw, M.D.2 Omar ElZawahry, M.D.2, Malak I ElShazly, M.D.3*

Purpose: To determine the correlation between the central corneal thickness (CCT), keratometric readings (K1 & K2), anterior chamber depth and the axial length in normal Egyptian eyes.

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