Case Studies

Case Study – Visual rehabilitation in keratoconic patients

Case Study – Visual rehabilitation in keratoconic patients

Patient MA, a 51 year old male construction director was diagnosed with Keratoconus at age 13. He was referred to the NHS Hospital Eye Service and underwent a corneal graft in his RE in 1991, and was discharged 3-4 years later. Was wearing soft monthly toric CLs, however he had noticed a gradual deterioration in vision with CLs over the last 1-2 years.
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How a Consultation Determines if Vision Correction Surgery is Appropriate

GH consultation case study The following is a case study on one of our patients GH to illustrate how a consultation determines if vision correction surgery is appropriate. Consultations to decide if surgery is appropriate are much more comprehensive than an eye examination. This means we often find conditions that have gone unnoticed throughout a patient’s life even though they have been attending regular eye exams.
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