Each month we will select publications that we feel will be of interest to members of the Consortium.

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April 2024

Dramatic Reduction in Corneal Transplants for Keratoconus 15 Years After the Introduction of Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

February 2024

An in vitro investigation into the impact of corneal rinsing on riboflavin-UVA cross-linking

June 2023

Repeat corneal collagen cross-linking after failure of primary cross-linking in keratoconus

December 2022

National survey of corneal cross-linking practice patterns in the United Kingdom during 2019

April 2022

Personalized Model to Predict Keratoconus Progression From Demographic, Topographic and Genetic Data

March 2022

Engineering Hibiscus-Like Riboflavin ZIF8 Microsphere Composites to Enhance Transepithelial Corneal Cross-Linking

November 2021

The KERALINK Randomised Controlled Trial

January 2021

Accelerated Pulsed High-Fluence Corneal Cross-linking for Progressive Keratoconus

May 2019

Riboflavin Concentrations at the Endothelium During Corneal Cross-linking in Humans

June 2018

Comparison of standard and accelerated corneal cross-linking for the treatment of keratoconus_a meta-analysis

May 2018

An investigation of the effects of riboflavin concentration on the efficacy of corneal cross-linking using an enzymatic resistance model in porcine corneas

July 2017

Corneal cross-linking for pediatric keratoconus- long-term results

February 2017

Nationwide reduction in the number of corneal transplantations for keratoconus following the implementation of cross-linking

January 2017

Detection of keratoconus with a new biomechanical index

November 2016

Comparison of aqueous humor nitric oxide levels after different corneal collagen cross-linking methods

October 2016

An investigation into corneal enzymatic resistance following epithelium-off and epithelium-on cross-linking protocols

May 2016

Assessment of UVA-Riboflavin Corneal Cross-linking Using Small Amplitude Oscillatory Shear Measurements

March 2016:

Analysis of Riboflavin Compounds in the Rabbit Cornea In Vivo

January 2016:

Cost effectiveness of collagen crosslinking for progressive keratoconus in the UK NHS

November 2015:

Standard versus accelerated riboflavin–ultraviolet corneal collagen crosslinking Resistance against enzymatic digestion

October 2015:

A Constant-Force Technique to Measure Corneal Biomechanical Changes after Collagen Cross-Linking

August 2015:

Transepithelial riboflavin absorption in an ex vivo rabbit corneal model

July 2015:

New microwave thermokeratoplasty and accelerated crosslinking method for keratoconus-results in 24 eyes during a 1-year follow-up

June 2015:

Newly identified interfibrillar collagen crosslinking suppresses cell proliferation and remodelling

May 2015:

Reshaping procedures for the surgical management of corneal ectasia

ِApril 2015:

Corneal collagen crosslinking with riboflavin and ultraviolet A light in progressive keratoconus Ten year results

March 2015:

Two-Photon Fluorescence Microscopy of Corneal Riboflavin Absorption

February 2015:

Corneal Crosslinking with Riboflavin and Ultraviolet A. I. Principles

January 2015:

Corneal Cross-Linking in Keratoconus Using the Standard and Rapid Treatment Protocol Differences in Demarcation Line and 12-Month Outcomes

December 2014:

Optical Coherence Tomography and Confocal Microscopy Following Three Different Protocols of Corneal Collagen Crosslinking in Keratoconus

November 2014:

Enhancement of corneal permeation of riboflavin 5 phosphate through vitamin E TPGS A promising approach in corneal trans-epithelial cross linking treatment

October 2014:

Pulsed vs continuous light accelerated corneal collagen crosslinking in vivo qualitative investigation by confocal microscopy and corneal OCT

September 2014:

Customized epithelial debridement for thin ectatic corneas undergoing corneal cross linking epithelial island cross-linking technique

August 2014:

Corneal collagen cross linking A review

July 2014:

Corneal stroma demarcation line after standard and high-intensity collagen crosslinking determined with anterior segment optical coherence tomography

June 2014:

Patterned corneal collagen crosslinking for astigmatism Computational modeling study

May 2014:

Photochemical activation increases the porcine corneal stiffness and resistance to collagenase digestion

April 2014:

Corneal biomechanical properties at different corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) irradiances

March 2014:

Corneal crosslinking with riboflavin and ultraviolet A. Part II. Clinical indications and results

Iontophoresis transcorneal delivery technique for transepithelial corneal collagen crosslinking with riboflavin in a rabbit model

February 2014:

Corneal crosslinking with riboflavin and ultraviolet A. Part I. Principles

January 2014:

Effects of photochemical riboflavin-mediated crosslinks on the physical properties of collagen constructs and fibrils