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SPECULAR MICROSCOPY

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The cellular layer lining the back of the cornea, the cornea endothelium, is considered the most important part of the cornea. The endothelial cells act as a fluid barrier and pump, to promote cornea clarity. The specular microscope is utilized to examine the cellular structure of the cornea endothelium) and to monitor changes that occur with age and long term contact lens wear. Through this our practitioners are able to recommend a more suitable lens material. It is also use to screen and monitor corneal dystrophies like for eg. keratoconus and Fuchs dystrophy. With this our practitioners are better able to diagnose and manage problems that arise from corneal endothelial issues.



 
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