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P.A. Kusy, M.D. Toabe, H.A. Harris, D.W. Barnhart; Decreasing Wavefront Abberations of Irregular Optics Resulting from Corneal Laceration . Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 2003;44(13):3698.
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Purpose:Analysis of abberations present in a distorted cornea via laceration injury, and possible correction methods to increase visual acuity. Methods:Fitting contact lenses of different optical designs and evaluation of their effectivity on improvement of best visual acuity. Results:Variables in BVA dependant upon contact lens design. Conclusions: Visual acuity affected by corneal lacerations can be improved by neuralization of irregualr optics by the lacrimal lens formation allowed by the Orion XL-Therapeutic Contact Lens design. Wavefront analysis can assist in determing the source and degree of corneal aberrations
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