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Publications and news

Challenging the "no Rub, no Cone" Keratoconus Conjecture. D Ganeshan. Int J Kerat Ect Cor Dis. 2018; 7 (1):; 66-81

This article aims to provide a comprehensive explanation for the physio pathogenesis of keratoconus and demonstrates why it is not corneal dystrophy of genetic origin, but primarily a warpage of the corneal dome of mechanical origin. Keratoconus is not a true ectasia. Rather, it results from the permanent corneal deformation caused by the buckling of [...]

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Comparison of the effect of LASIK parameters on the percent tissue altered (1-dimensional metric) versus percent volume altered (3-dimensional metric). Ganeshan D, Saad A, Binder P. Journal of Cataract And Refract Surg, article in press (June 2018)

  Can purely axial metrics such as PTA (percentage of tissue altered) predict with reasonable accuracy the ratios of tissue volumes implied in LASIK surgery? To our knowledge, the ratios between the volume of the cornea and that of the tissues involved in LASIK surgery have never been computed. This might allow clinicians to better [...]

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Smile or LASIK? I'm opting for LASIK. In refractive surgery of myopia. D Ganeshan, Ophthalmologic realities, March 2018.

This article contains the arguements developed during a communication delivered to the Congress of JIFRO (Interactive Training days in ophthalmology) at Versailles on Thursday 25 January 2018. A point of controversy, smile or LASIK for the correction of myopia, was debated. The arguments developed in this paper provide support for the superiority of LASIK on [...]

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Cataract grading: Assessment of a New objective Lens density Quantification method Using OCT Technology Integrated Into the IOLMaster 700 and Comparison with existing methods. Panthier C, Burgos J, Rouger H, Saad A, Ganeshan D. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, December 2017

The Objective diagnosis of cataract is a major public health issue. Early cataract can be ambiguous on a slit lamp. With The objective scatter Index (OSI), the HD Analyzer provides an objective measurement of the crystalline lens opacity level by measuring ocular light scattering. However, in some instances, the light scatter can arise from other [...]

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The crosslinking controversy

I have just published a paper about in vivo corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL), and I believe it is certain to trigger some controversy.  It is not my intention to be a heretic, but I truly believe that we should re-examine the in vivo benefits of the CXL procedure for Keraoconus management. This illustration depicts the [...]

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Surgery refractive and contactology, which patient path? Ganeshan, ophthalmological realities n ° 242, may 2017

This article relates to the relationships that connect recontactologyal surgery and the patient, for patients seeking a surgical correction of their ametropia: Download: Surgery refractive and contactology What patients course of Ganeshan, ophthalmological realities No 242 may 2017

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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 Ganeshan, 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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