Is Genipin Better Than Riboflavin in Corneal Crosslinking for Keratoconus?

December 8, 2010

Genipin may be a molecule which is better than riboflavin and does not require UV light in corneal cross-linking, a new procedure to help keratoconus. A study was presented at ARVO. Cross-linking is certainly generating increasing interest, as it appears to be non-invasive, effective and safe.

 

 



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  • Dr Mark Philips

    Great info. on Keratoconus on this site!

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