Emilio Torres (CABMM, University of Zürich) shares an interesting case of keratoconus progression in women receiving hormonal therapy he presented at ESCRS 2019.
1. What is known about the effect of hormones on corneal topography? (0:04)
2. Could you give us an overview of the case you are presenting? (1:37)
3. Are there any other known cases of keratoconus progression in women receiving hormonal therapies? (3:13)
4. What advice would you give to women with prior refractive surgery or ectasia who are undergoing STEAR therapy? (3:35)
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