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Synonyms for topography

the character, natural features, and configuration of land


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the configuration of a surface and the relations among its man-made and natural features

precise detailed study of the surface features of a region

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Placido-based topography systems have been shown to provide repeatable measurement of corneal topography in healthy and keratoconic eyes.
After an overview of corneal topography and tomography, a map-based approach to diagnosis and evaluation covers axial curvature maps, anterior and posterior elevation maps, and pachymetric maps.
The approach was considered radical at the time for its recommendation that corneal topography - that is, the external shape of the cornea, which is the clear "window" at the front of the eye - be considered together with the patient's refraction in the surgical planning of refractive surgery.
Drawing from his own experience and that of others as well as the scientific and technical literature, he covers fundamentals of corneal topography using the Pentacam tomography technology, functional description, ectatic corneal diseases, points affecting the decision, and miscellaneous topics.
Corneal topography in the wavefront era; a guide for clinical application.
Tenders are invited for Advanced Corneal Topography 1 No.
The patient presents with decreased visual acuity, pain and alterations in corneal topography including a hyperopic shift.
INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1 Disclaimers I-2 Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2 Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3 Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3 Diagnostic Devices I-4 OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography System) / Ophthalmoscopes I-4 Optical Biometer I-4 Slit Lamps I-4 Tonometers I-4 AutoRefractors & Keratometers I-4 Perimeters I-4 Fundus Cameras I-5 Diagnostic Ultrasound Equipment I-5 Others I-5 Corneal Topography Systems I-5 Diagnostic Imaging Systems I-5 Surgical Products I-5 Ophthalmic Lasers I-5 Ophthalmic Surgical Microscopes I-5
bring together a group of ophthalmologists and individuals working in artificial intelligence and corneal analysis in Brazil, the US, India, Dubai, Asia, and Germany for 18 chapters on the use of elevation based corneal topography or tomography to look at the cornea, its structure, shape, and performance, with a focus on the OCULUS Pentacam system.
Key segments covered include Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), Retinal Ultrasound Imaging Systems, Corneal Topography (CT) Systems, Perimeters, Ophthalmoscopes, Refractors, Slit Lamps, Tonometers and Fundus Cameras.
GlobalData's new report, Ophthalmic Diagnostic Equipments Market Outlook in BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) to 2017 provides key market data, including value, volume and average price data for each segment and sub-segment within nine market categories: Fundus Cameras, Refractors, Retinal Ultrasound Imaging Systems, Ophthalmoscopes, Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), Slit Lamps, Tonometers, Perimeters and Corneal Topography Systems.
5,6) Corneal topography will show a decentred, thin cone, corneal asymmetry and steep curvature readings.
They discuss cataract etiology, biochemistry of the lens, intraocular lens (IOL) power calculations, corneal topography, instrumentation and anesthesia, the steps of the process, microincision cataract surgery (MICS) and Phakonit, surgery without anesthesia, premium IOLS, difficult cases such as pediatric and combined cataract and glaucoma surgery, IOL implantation in eyes without a capsule, and other topics.
The Oculus Pentacam, worth GBP45,000, is recognized as the gold standard in corneal topography.
The ophthalmic diagnostic equipment market includes perimeters, automatic and manual refractors, slit lamps, contact and non-contact tonometers, fundus cameras, automatic and manual lens meters, direct and indirect ophthalmoscopes, ultrasound equipment, corneal topography systems and other imaging systems.