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 Post subject: Why you might want to avoid Intralase
PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2006 11:55 am 

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April 2006
Goblet cell changes may be linked to dry eye after LASIK

Researchers are exploring microkeratomes and suction rings and the damage they may cause to conjunctival goblet cells.

Jared Schultz

He said the IntraLase laser keratome requires a longer suction ring application time than conventional microkeratomes, and the amount of goblet cell damage associated with IntraLase flap creation is the subject of a current investigation.

?We are essentially comparing the Moria M2 microkeratome to IntraLase because IntraLase needs 50 seconds or even 1 minute to perform the cut while the mechanical keratomes need about 10 seconds or even less,? he said.

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