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Episode 52: Corneal Topography: What is This Colorful Map Telling Me?

by David Kading, OD, FAAO, Mile Brujic, OD

David Kading, OD, provides an overview of the most clinically useful maps for corneal topography. He says that modern topography devices are able to map over 100,000 points on the anterior surface of the cornea and have a variety of clinical applications. Dr. Kading also explains how these maps are powerful educational tools for detailing changes in a patient’s corneal condition.