Pilot study highlights potential of corneal cross-linking for treating infectious keratitis

Bechtel, Bryan; Hasson, Matthew; Preston, Courtney
May 2010
Ocular Surgery News Europe;May2010, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p17
The article discusses a study which highlights the possible use of corneal cross-linking in the treatment of patients with infectious keratitis.


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