Facilitated by Darren Taylor
1 CET Point
Corneal Topography has been an essential tool in the Ophthalmology sector for many years, but with the latest generation of computer assisted Topographers it is gaining popularity in the high street consulting room also. From the monitoring of conditions such as Keratoconus, to starting up a specialist contact lens or OrthoK clinic, modern Topographers are becoming an increasingly useful tool for differentiating a practice.
This presentation will consider how to approach and interpret basic topography data and discuss its uses in practice.