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Evaluation of double-pass optical quality analysis system between SMILE and femtosecond LASIK for myopia

AIM: To evaluate the visual quality between femtosecond laser small incision lenticule extraction(SMILE)and femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis(LASIK)in the treatment of myopia. METHODS: This study comprised 22 eyes(11 patients)underwent SMILE and 43 eyes(23 patients)received LASIK with femtose... Full description

Journal Title: Guoji Yanke Zazhi 01 November 2014, Vol.14(11), pp.1971-1974
Main Author: Wen-Jing Li
Other Authors: Yu-Kun Hu , Xiao-Wei Gao , Li-Ping Cao , Jing Dong , Yun-Lin Guo , Yan Cai
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title: Evaluation of double-pass optical quality analysis system between SMILE and femtosecond LASIK for myopia
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  • Wen-Jing Li
  • Yu-Kun Hu
  • Xiao-Wei Gao
  • Li-Ping Cao
  • Jing Dong
  • Yun-Lin Guo
  • Yan Cai
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  • Femtosecond Laser
  • Small Incision Lenticule Extraction
  • Laser in Situ Keratomileusis
  • Myopia
  • Visualquality
  • Modulation Transfer Function
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description: AIM: To evaluate the visual quality between femtosecond laser small incision lenticule extraction(SMILE)and femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis(LASIK)in the treatment of myopia. METHODS: This study comprised 22 eyes(11 patients)underwent SMILE and 43 eyes(23 patients)received LASIK with femtosecond laser to correct myopia and myopic astigmatism. The two groups were recorded bydouble-pass optical quality analysis system(OQAS)at preoperative and postoperative 1mo. The two groups were compared: modulation transfer function cutoff frequency(MTF cutoff), strehl ratio(SR), objective scattering index(OSI). The early visual quality after operation between two groups were analyzed and evaluated.RESULTS: The MTF cutoff after operation one month were 34.835±10.113c/deg(SMILE group)and 38.362±10.623c/deg(LASIK group)(t=0.925, P=0.362). The SR after operation one month were 0.204±0.077(SMILE group)and 0.218±0.072(LASIK group)(t=0.557, P=0.582). The OSI after operation one month were 0.608±0.291(SMILE group)and 0.545±0.405(LASIK group)(t=-0.473, P=0.640). CONCLUSION: The double-pass OQAS tell us that there was not statistically significant between femtosecond laser SMILE and femtosecond LASIK in the treatment of myopia.
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AIM: To evaluate the visual quality between femtosecond laser small incision lenticule extraction(SMILE)and femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis(LASIK)in the treatment of myopia. METHODS: This study comprised 22 eyes(11 patients)underwent SMILE and 43 eyes(23 patients)received LASIK with femtosecond laser to correct myopia and myopic astigmatism. The two groups were recorded bydouble-pass optical quality analysis system(OQAS)at preoperative and postoperative 1mo. The two groups were compared: modulation transfer function cutoff frequency(MTF cutoff), strehl ratio(SR), objective scattering index(OSI). The early visual quality after operation between two groups were analyzed and evaluated.RESULTS: The MTF cutoff after operation one month were 34.835±10.113c/deg(SMILE group)and 38.362±10.623c/deg(LASIK group)(t=0.925, P=0.362). The SR after operation one month were 0.204±0.077(SMILE group)and 0.218±0.072(LASIK group)(t=0.557, P=0.582). The OSI after operation one month were 0.608±0.291(SMILE group)and 0.545±0.405(LASIK group)(t=-0.473, P=0.640). CONCLUSION: The double-pass OQAS tell us that there was not statistically significant between femtosecond laser SMILE and femtosecond LASIK in the treatment of myopia.

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