Articles and literature

Cataract surgery Bonus Feature

Surgeons discuss their preferred tools for achieving superior results

Warren E. Hill, MD; Carlo Lackerbauer, MD; Thomas Olsen, MD, PhD; and Sunil Shah, MBBS, FRCOphth, FRCS(Ed), FBCLA

Diagnostic Technologiesfor Enhanced Cataract Surgery Outcomes

New biometry tools

Aberrometers are becoming increasingly useful tools in the preoperative assessment of cataract patients

Raibetrd O'hEireachain in Milan

Cataract and refractive update

Validity and repeatability of the ALADDIN ocular biometer

Priyanka Mandal,1 Emma J Berrow,2,3 Shehzad A Naroo,2 James S Wolffsohn,2 Detlef Uthoff,4 Detlef Holland,4 Sunil Shah1,2,3

BJO Online First

November 13, 2013 as 10.1136/bjophthalmol-2013-304002

Multicenter study of optical low-coherence interferometry and partial-coherence interferometry optical biometers with patients from the United States and China

Kenneth J. Hoffer, MD; H. John Shammas, MD; Giacomo Savini, MD; Jinhai Huang, MD

Repeatability and reproducibility of ocular biometry using a new noncontact optical low-coherence interferometer

Jinhai Huang, MD; Giacomo Savini, MD; Fan Wu, MD; Xinxin Yu, MD; Jing Yang, MD; Ayong Yu, MD, PhD; Ye Yu, MD; Qinmei Wang, MD

Repeatability and agreement in optical biometry of a new swept-source optical coherence tomography–based biometer versus partial coherence interferometry and optical low-coherence reflectometry

Kathleen S. Kunert, MD; Monika Peter, MSc; Marcus Blum, MD; Wolfgang Haigis, PhD; Walter Sekundo, MD; Juliane Schütze, PhD; Tobias Büehren, PhD

Axial Length Measurement Failure Rates With Biometers Using Swept-Source Optical Coherence Tomography Compared to Partial-Coherence Interferometry and Optical Low-Coherence Interferometry


Repeatability and agreement of ocular biometry measurements: ALADDIN versus Lenstar

Colm McAlinden,1,2,3 Rongrong Gao,1,4 Ayong Yu,1,4 Xiaorui Wang,1 Jing Yang,1 Ye Yu,1,4 Hao Chen,1,4 Qinmei Wang,1,4 Jinhai Huang1,4

January 19, 2018

Comparison of Anterior Segment Measurements Obtained by ALADDIN Optical Biometer and Sirius Corneal Topography

Onur Polat*, Zeki Baysal**, Serkan Özcan**, Sibel İnan**, Ümit Übeyt İnan**

DOI: 10.4274/tjo.60476

Turk J Ophthalmol 2016;46:259-263

Research article

Accuracy of optical biometry combined with Placido disc corneal topography for intraocular lens power calculation

Giacomo Savini1*, Kenneth J. Hoffer2,3, Piero Barboni4,5, Nicole Balducci4, Domenico Schiano-Lomoriello1, Pietro Ducoli1 1 Fondazione G.B. Bietti IRCCS, Rome, Italy, 2 Stein Eye Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, United States of America, 3 St. Mary's Eye Center, Santa Monica, CA, United States of America, 4 Studio Oculistico d'Azeglio, Bologna, Italy, 5 Scientific Institute San Raffaele, Milan, Italy

Vishal Jhanji, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG

Spotlight on technology & technique

A choice instrument for dry eye clinics

The versatility of Topcon's CA-800 makes it ideal for expanding practices

Robert Stoneback

Associate Editor

August 2016

Super-resolution-based magnification of endothelium cells from biomicroscope videos of the cornea

Dario Comanducci, Fabio Bellavia, Carlo Colombo

Journal of Electronic Imaging, 2018

July 2018

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