The (Un)usual Suspects
Don’t be afraid to tackle unusual cases. Given the right precautions, they can be just as successful as routine procedures
Audrey R. Talley Rostov | | Longer Read
In the past seven or eight years, I have treated more than 1,000 eyes with corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL), first as part of the CXL-USA study and later with the Avedro KXL system. The majority of these cases have been typical patients with progressive keratoconus – older teens and adults in their 20s and 30s — but it is worth discussing how to address less common CXL cases that surgeons may encounter.
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