Peer review: Corneal ectatic diseases
Corneal ectatic diseases are a group of disorders characterised by progressive thinning and subsequent bulging of the corneal structure. Since an accurate diagnosis of these conditions can be challenging, optometrists need to be familiar with the distinguishing features that can help in their identification. This peer review session will discuss what to look for and the management of the most common corneal ectatic diseases.
Practitioners will be familiar with the distinguishing features of corneal ectatic diseases