Date of Award

5-1994

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Vision Science

Committee Chair

Paul Kohl

Abstract

The newly introduced Renaissance Handheld keratometer from Alcon was compared for accuracy and ease or use with the B&L keratometer. Keratometer readings were obtained from 200 eyes (l00 subjects), as well as 4 steel balls and a contactometer. A high correlation between the two instruments was found on patients with clinically significant cylinder (>1.0D), with respect to both power and axis determination. A significant difference was found between the two instruments for both axis and power.

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