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Keratoconus, what’s the rub? Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today Eu, April 2017

In this paper, Keratoconus What’s the rub, D Gatinel, CRST Europe, April 2017, I elaborate on the hypothesis that eye rubbing is the root cause of keratoconus. This is a more succinct report of some previously published material pointing toward eye rubbing as prime hit in the keratoconus affection. In my view, keratoconus is not a dystrophy […]

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Lasers in refractive surgery: non fictional science.

Often used in the form of sophisticated weapons such as guns or light sabers in many science fiction films, laser radiation is today used daily for more civilian purposes. Laser technology is now in everyone’s hands: it is enough to press the button of a laser pointer to emit this particular light. Laser radiations are nowadays […]

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Topography of the Corneal Epithelium and the Bowman layer in Low to Moderately Myopic Eyes. Salah-Mabed I, Saad A, Gatinel D. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 2016; 42:1190–1197

This paper explores the topography of the corneal epithelium and Bowman layer, which is the most superficial layer of the corneal stroma, in normal myopic eyes. Link toward the JCRS paper (valid until October 2016) The Bowman layer is a constitutive layer of the cornea that separates the corneal epithelium from the anterior stroma. Routine […]

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Eye rubbing: a sine qua non for keratoconus? D Gatinel. Int K Kerat Ect Cor Dis, 2016;5(1):6-12

(Link to the original article here) Eye rubbing as the root cause of keratoconus? Keratoconus has been labelled a “dystrophy of unknown origin”, and I have long been fascinated by this mysterious disease. A large proportion of my clinical practice is dedicated to the diagnosis, management and prevention of keratoconus, and for many years I […]

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Comparison of 3 Diffractive IOLs in 3 Wavelengths Bifocal/ EDOF/Trifocal. D Gatinel, C Pagoulle, L Gobin, J Loicq. ASCRS meeting, 2016, May 10th

This paper focuses on the objective comparison of three premium intraocular lenses (IOLs) : one said monofocal achromatic with extended depth of focus (EDOF), one bifocal diffractive, one trifocal diffractive. All IOLs are made with an hydrophobic material.     Abstract : Purpose To describe the optical performances of 3 types of diffractive hydrophobic intraocular […]

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Gatinel D, Loicq J. Clinically Relevant Optical Properties of Bifocal, Trifocal, and Extended Depth of Focus Intraocular Lenses. J Refract Surg. 20161;32(4):273-80

Gatinel D, Loicq J. Clinically Relevant Optical Properties of Bifocal, Trifocal, and Extended Depth of Focus Intraocular Lenses. J Refract Surg. 20161;32(4):273-80 (En Français plus loin) See here a slide show regarding some of the following material Extended depth of focus (EDoF) IOLs are designed to provide better near vision than monofocal or accommodating IOLs, […]

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Repeatability of keratometry measurements obtained with 3 topographers in keratoconic and normal corneas. Guilbert E, Saad A, Elluard M, Grise-Dulac A, Rouger H, Gatinel D. Journal of Refractive Surgery, April 2016.

Repeatability of keratometry measurements obtained with 3 topographers in keratoconic and normal corneas. Emmanuel  Guilbert, MD ; Alain Saad, MD ; Maud Elluard, MD ; Alice Grise-Dulac, MD ; Hélène Rouger, OD; Damien Gatinel, MD From the Department of Anterior and Refractive Surgery Dept, Rothschild Foundation, Paris, France Summary of this paper: The main finding of this study is that repeatability […]

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Validation of an objective scoring system for forme fruste keratoconus detection and post-LASIK ectasia risk assessment in Asian Eyes. Chan C, Ang M, Saad A, Chua D, Mejia M, Lim L, Gatinel D. Cornea, 2015

Cet article concerne les résultat de l’évaluation du logiciel SCORE Analyzer (topographe Orbscan) sur des yeux asiatiques pour la détection des formes frustes de kératocône (kératocône infra clinique débutant). Le SCORE Analyzer est un système d’intelligence artificielle fondé sur l’analyse de la topographie de la cornée par un algorithme conçu par les Drs Gatinel et […]

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Courtin R, Saad A, Grise A, Gatinel D. Opaque Bubble Layer Risk Factors in Femtosecond Laser-assisted LASIK. J Refract Surg 2015

Cet article concerne l’étude de facteurs de risque de « opaque bubble layer » (OBL)  au cours du femto-LASIK.  Cet incident aux conséquences généralement mineures correspond à l’apparition d’opacités blanchâtres transitoires au sein du tissu cornéen au cours de la création de l’interface du capot de LASIK avec le laser femtoseconde. Le risque d’OBL a été retrouvé […]

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Gatinel D, Mrochen M. Achieving greater predictability in corneal and lenticular refractive surgery. Refractive Surgery Outllook, Avril 2015 – American Academy of Ophthalmology

Cet article est une mise au point issue d’une interview pour l’ISRS (International Society of Refractive Surgery) Gatinel D, Mrochen M. Achieving greater predictability in corneal and lenticular refractive surgery. Refractive Surgery Outllook, Avril 2015 – American Academy of Ophthalmology

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