CXL

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AcronymDefinition
CXLCollagen Cross-Linking
CXLCorneal Cross-Linking (ophthalmology)
CXLCalexico International Airport (California, USA)
CXLChild Extra Large (clothing size)
CXLCancelled, Cancel
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c) Based on the pachymetry map, the eye would be unsuitable for corneal cross-linking
"Corneal cross-linking is beneficial to my patients in that if offers them a therapeutic option to limit the progression of keratoconus," says Dr.
Intra- and postoperative variation in ocular response analyzer parameters in keratoconic eyes after corneal cross-linking. J Refract Surg.
The company continues to develop proprietary corneal cross-linking products for the treatment of keratoconus, a sight-threatening disease, and for refractive correction.
Erdogan, "Corneal Cross-Linking Has No Effect on Matrix Metalloproteinase 9 and 13 Levels During Fungal Keratitis on the Early Stage," Mycopathologia, vol.
RGTA ophthalmic solution was also reported to facilitate corneal epithelial healing after corneal cross-linking (CXL) by reconstruction of the extracellular matrix in the corneal wound area [99, 100].
Evaluation of Epithelial Integrity with Various Transepithelial Corneal Cross-Linking Protocols for Treatment of Keratoconus.
Considering rabbit cornea is one of the most commonly used corneal specimens in researches, the present methods and results are very useful and important to the studies on rabbit cornea, such as the studies of biomechanical properties of rabbit cornea after laser in situ keratomileusis with different repair time [32] and studies on the biomechanical responses to corneal cross-linking in rabbits [33].
Other goals of the organization are to establish a code of best practice for corneal cross-linking and provide information or advice to national bodies about developments in corneal cross-linking.
Among the topics are clinical biomechanics and the ocular response analyzer in ecstatic disease, pre-operative risk factors and medical and legal considerations of keratoectasia, studies of wavefront aberrometry in corneal ectasia, non-surgical treatment using contact lenses, and corneal cross-linking with riboflavin and ultraviolet irradiation.