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Publications et actualités

Incorrect sleeping position and eye rubbing in patients with unilateral or highly asymmetric keratoconus: a case-control study A Mazharian, C Panthier, R Courtin, C Jung, R Rampat, A Saad, D Gatinel. Graefe’s Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology (2020)

  This case-control study aimed to identify new risk factors associated with Unilateral or Highly Asymmetric Keratoconus (UHAKC). The results showed a significant association between UHAKC and the following factors: eye rubbing, either during the day or in the morning and especially when it was done on the ipsilateral side; an incorrect sleeping position, i.e., […]

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In Vivo Visualization of Rainbow Glare and Treatment With Undersurface Flap Phototherapeutic Keratectomy. Elahi S, Gatinel D. J Refract Surg. 2020;36(6):400-404

Link to the paper   Rainbow glare (RG) is a rare optical side effect of femtosecond laser-assisted LASIK (FS-LASIK) where patients complain of immediate postoperative rainbow-like glares when exposed to a polychromatic light source such as artificial lights. The presumed hypothesis is that they are caused by a diffractive grating pattern of geometrically-aligned, regularly-spaced femtosecond […]

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Black Holes and Bright Ideas When astronomy and ophthalmology collide to propel innovation. Kian Madjedi, Samuel Cabot, Damien Gatinel -The Ophthalmologist, 10/06/20

Click here to read the paper Download the paper: Black Holes and Bright Ideas When astronomy and ophthalmology collide to propel innovation_Kian Madjedi_ Samuel Cabot_ Damien Gatinel _The Ophthalmologist_10 June 20   L’astronomie est un domaine qui me fascine depuis mon plus jeune âge. Cette passion a certainement joué un rôle déterminant pour le choix […]

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Using Artificial Intelligence and Novel Polynomials to Predict Subjective Refraction. Rampat R, Debellemanière G, Malet J, Gatinel D. Sci Rep 10, 8565 (2020)

Here we present a synopsis of our study, where machine learning using wavefront data processed with a new polynomial decomposition basis is leading to accurate and precise prediction of spectacle correction.   The paper is available here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-65417-y Optical wavefront sensing using aberrometry is an objective method that allows mathematical reconstruction and analysis of lower […]

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Repenser le Kératocône en 2020 – Réalités Ophtalmologiques n°269

Ce dossier paru récemment expose les avancées récentes dans la compréhension des mécanismes impliqués dans la genèse et l’évolution du kératocône et les résultats cliniques issus de la mise en pratique de ces concepts par notre équipe à l’Hôpital Fondation Rothschild. Vous y découvrirez comment les frottements oculaires initient et entretiennent un processus physiopathologique dont […]

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Complications of cosmetic iris implants: a French series of 87 eyes. El Chehab H, Gatinel D,…, Dot C. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 2020 Jan;46(1):34-39

Cette étude rapporte les complications enregistrées après insertion d’un implant d’iris pour changer la couleur des yeux. Seuls 5% des yeux n’avaient pas présenté de complications sévères au moment de cette enquête, alors que plus de 80% des implants devaient être retirés…   Lien vers le résumé de l’article: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32050230 Version prépublication de l’article: Complications […]

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An Alternative Wavefront Reconstruction Method for Human Eyes. Gatinel D, Rampat R, Dumas L, Malet J. Journal of Refractive Surgery, Février 2019

Cet article expose le bénéfice attendu en pratique clinique du choix d’une nouvelle base de modes d’aberrations pour la description des aberrations optiques de l’oeil humain. Il est accessibles sur le lien suivant: Alternative wavefront reconstruction for human eyes Plusieurs pages du site sont consacrées à ce thème: Novel Wavefront Decomposition Method

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Average lens density quantification with swept-source optical coherence tomography: optimized, automated cataract grading technique. Panthier C, de Wazieres A, Rouger H, Moran S, Saad A, Gatinel D. JCRS, December 2019

  Objective assessments to quantify crystalline lens density are becoming indispensable for modern cataract surgeons, in particular when assessing early to moderate-stage cataracts, in which case clinical assessment might be less reliable, as well as when documenting cataract progression. Objective measurements are especially relevant given the recent focus on early lenticular changes, which can be […]

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Topography and longitudinal chromatic aberration characterizations of refractive–diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses. Loicq J, Willet N, Gatinel D. JCRS, 2019

The optical design of multifocal intraocular lenses uses concepts that are sometimes difficult to grasp, especially when it concerns diffractive technology and chromatic aberration control. We published an article (available here) that is based on the optical bench analysis of several models of multifocal diffractive implants to describe their main optical characteristics and report their […]

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